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MANUAL OF STYLE 



FOR USE IN 



COMPOSITION AND PROOF PiEADING 



PREPARED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER 






1903 



Inflexible rules for style in all works can not be given, but for the general work 
of the Government Printing Office the rules herein contained will be observed. 

All persons connected with the typographical divisions of this office are requested 
to preserve this book and study carefully the rules and suggestions offered for their 
guidance. 

Department editors are requested when preparing work for this office to make 
their copy conform as nearly as possible to the style here presented, and to specify 
fully any general deviation therefrom that may be desired. 

July 1, 1903. 
Names of types (nonpareil, brevier, long primer, etc.) are used in this Mancal, 
although the point system is coming into general use in the office and is apparently 
destined to entirel}- supersede the old system. 
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CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Suggestions to authors 5 

Manual of style „ 7 

Orthography 7 

Indian names 7 

Compound words 7 

Use of capitals - 8 

Departments, bureaus, etc 8 

Titles of persons 10 

Geographic names 11 

Miscellaneous capitals 13 

Foreign governments, etc - 16 

Lower-case 17 

Abbreviations - - 18 

Tabular work 22 

Leader work 25 

Use of figures ,. 25 

Miscellaneous 27 

Addresses, signatures, and date lines 30 

Addresses - -■ 31 

Signatures , 31 

Date lines . . . 32 

Follow— Fol. lit 33 

Use of italics - 33 

General testimony 33 

Court style 34 

Court of Claims opinions, briefs, and decisions 34 

Supreme Court records 34 

Bill style 35 

Heading of House bill - - 37 

Heading of Senate bill 37 

Indorsements 38 

Journal style '. 38 

Useful information - 43 

Vocabulary of double words. - 43 

Termination of words, etc 62 

Fishes, fishery appliances, etc 63 

Spelling of Indian names - - 64 

County names in the United States 65 

Standard page measurements 75 

Standard page widths 76 

Signature numbers for sixteens 77 

Signature numbers for eights 78 

Greek alphabet 78 

Suggestions for compositors, readers, and revisers 79 

Decisions of the Board on Geographic Names 81 

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SUGGESTIONS TO AUTHORS. 



Authors are advised to so prepare their copy that it can be clearly understood by 
the printer. Nothing should be left for conjecture. Measurable perfection can be 
secured by first transeril)ing copy on the typewriter, and before releasing it for 
publication giving it as careful revision as is afterwards given proof sheets. In 
the end this will not only save time, but Department printing funds frequently 
exhausted in making author's corrections in proof will be available for other work. 
Typewritten copy (when a good quality of paper is used) is always preferable to 
manuscript, but all copy should be plain to produce good work. 

The following points are offered as suggestions which, if heeded, will enable this 
office to achieve the best results: 

1. All paragraphs should be clearly marked on copy, thus avoiding vexatious mis- 
prints due to overrunning. 

2. Photographs, drawings, cuts, etc., for illustrations should accompany manu- 
script. Each should bear the name of the publication to which it belongs, together 
with the figure or plate number, and necessary titles or legends for the same should 
Ibe inserted at the proper place in copy. A complete list of plates and figures should 
always accompany the manuscript. 

3. When a work is made up of several parts, or papers, a carefully prepared sched- 
ule of the desired arrangement should be forwarded with the maiiuscript. 

4. Proper names and technical terms should be plainly and carefully written, using 
CAPITAL letters if necessary, and each should be verified before the copy is sent to 
the printer. 

5. Details of. capitalization and punctuation may be safely left to the printers and 
proof readers. It is part of their profession; they make a study of the subject, and 
will generally meet the author's taste. 

6. Write only on one side of the paper. When printed matter covering more than 
one side of a sheet is used as copy, a duplicate should be furnished; otherwise 
much trouble is caused in cutting. 

7. When, as an afterthought, new matter making more than a line is inserted, it 
should be written on a separate sheet and the place for its insertion clearlj^ indicated. 

8. Galley proofs will be furnished when desired. It is important that all correc- 
tions be made on the first proofs; later ones should be used onh' for purposes of 
verification. 

9. Corrections in stereotype or electrotype plates usually do more harm than good. 
They weaken the plate and render new errors probable through damaged letters. 

10. Authors and compilers are requested to direct those handling their manuscript 
to transmit the same to the Printing Office in flat form — never to roll the manuscript 
if it can be avoided. 

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MANUAL OF STYLE. 



When necessary to depart from the Manual of Style the copy preparers will give 
instructions to the compositors and readers. 

Instructions will be given as to orthography, compounding, capitalization, and 
punctuation in scientific and technical work. 

Revisers will promptly notify the foreman of the proof room when variations from 
the Manual are being marked by Department readers. 

ORTHOGRAPHY. 

[See also Follow— Fol. lit., p. 33; Geological ages, etc., p. 13.] 

Follow Webster's International Dictionary in spelling and divisions. Observe, 

however, the following forms: 

afterwards canyon Filipino shellac 

aftward downward forward stayed (p. p.) 

aluminum draft, drafting, etc. farther (distance) toward 

asbestos embed further (not distance) upward 

backward employee sloyd wharves 

The following authorities, in the order given, will govern the spelling of geographic 
names: 

Decisions of the United States Board on Geographic Names. 

United States Postal Guide. 

International Postal Guide ( Dictionnaire des Bureaux de Poste). 

Lippincott's Gazetteer of the World. 

Rand, McNally & Co.'s Atlas. 

IlS^mAN KAMES. 

[See also Spelling of Indian names, p. 64.] 

Omit spaces and hyphens in Indian geographic names; in other than geographic 
names, use spaces in place of hyphens. 

In court work and "fol." matter, follow copy as to spelling and the use of the 
hyphen or space. 

COMPOUND MOKDS. 
[See also Compounds, p. 26; Percentage, p. 27.] 

Follow Webster's International Dictionary generally in the use or omission of the 
hyphen or space between words. (See also Vocabulary op double words, p. 43.) 

Compound adjectives generally take the hyphen: A 12-inch main, 75-horsepower 
engine, asked-for opinion, light-green color, etc. ; but omit the hyphen in common 
school, high school, and public school when used adjectively. Cai-e must always be 
taken not to confuse the qualifying word with the subject word; for instance, a 
shoemaker can be a German shoemaker, and, if he makes wooden shoes, a wooden- 
shoe maker. 

Mr. So-and-so. 

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ORTHOGRAPHY 8 

Fractions, when spelled, -will be compounded: One twenty -first, one-fifth, eighty- 
one one-hundredths, one one-hundredth, the one-hundredth part, one one hundred 
and twentieth. (See also Fractions, p. 27.) 

The following rule governing work of the United States Geological Survey will be 
used generally for similar terms in other work: "Use the hyphen in specific rock 
names — i. e., the names of definite rock types; but when the first word has an adjec- 
tive sense, and the meaning would not be changed if an adjective were used (e. g., 
clay slate=argillaceous slate), the words should not be joined. Examples: mica- 
schist, hornblende-gneiss, tuff-breccia; (but) andesite breccia, greenstone conglom- 
erate, sand rock." 

USE OF CAPITALS. 

[See also Follow— Foi,. lit., p. 33.] 
DEPARTMENTS, BUREAIIS, ETC. 

Capitalize the titles of departments, bureaus, etc., and the following terms relating 
to them, only when referring definitely to those of the United States Government. 
The examples under each of the following heads should be given close attention. 

ACADEMY 

Military Academy, Naval Academy, the Military and Naval academies, the 
academy. National Academy of Sciences, the academy. 

ADMINISTRATION 

the Administration of President Roosevelt, the Administrations of Washington 
and Jefferson. 

ARMY 

Referring to the whole Army: the Army, the Regular Army, the Volunteer 
Army, the Regular and Volunteer Armies. 
Used as an adjective: army officer, army saddle, etc. 

Referring to a portion of it: the army in the field, the Philippine army, etc. 
Its subdivisions: the infantry, the cavalry, etc. ; but First Infantry, Fifth Cavalry, 
etc. Corps of Engineers, Hospital Corps (adjective form lower-case, as hospital 
corps man). Corps of Judge-Advocates, Signal Corps (lower-case adjective form, 
as signal corps man), etc. Department of the East, the department; Depart- 
ments of the Columbia and Colorado. First Brigade, the brigade. First and 
Second Brigades; Second Regiment, Third and Fourth Regiments; Company B, 
B Company, Companies A and B, A and B Companies; the Headquarters of the 
Army, headquarters First Regiment. Coast Artillery; Field Artillery. 

Lower-case organizations bearing names of persons: Robinson's brigade, regi- 
ment, etc. 

Army Gun Factory; Army (or National) Medical Museum. Continental Army. 
BOARD 

Referring to any board created by enactment of Congress: the Light-House 
Board, the Board; Board of General Appraisers (at New York), the Board; Board 
of Ordnance and Fortification, the Board, etc. 

Note. — In many cases it is difficult to determine if the word "board" should be capitalized. 
Copy preparer will indicate capitalization either by marking it or by written instructions. 

BUREAU 

the Bureau of Education, the Bureau, the Bureau officers; Pension Bureau; etc. 

CABINET 

the Cabinet, Cabinet officers, the Cabinets of Lincoln and Grant. 

COMMISSION 

Referring to any commission created by Congress: the Civil Service Commission, 
the Commission; the Louisiana Purchase Commission, the Commission. (The 
note under Board, above, will also apply to "commission.") 

COMMITTEE 

the Committee on Claims, the committee; the Claims Committees of the House 
and Senate, the Joint Committee on Printing, the Select Committee on National 
Banks, the Committee of the Whole, the Committee of the Whole House on 
the state of the Union. 



9 CAPITALS 

CONGRESS (see also Congress, p. 13; Foreign governments, p. 16) 

the Fifty-seventh Congress, the First and. Second Congresses, the Congress, a 
Congressional district, 
the Continental Congress, 
the House and Senate. 

COURT 

the Supreme Court, the Supreme Bench; the Court of Claims, at a Court of 
Claims; the Court of Private Land Claims; the Court of Commissioners of Ala- 
bama Claims; the court, referring to any court. Lower-case all other courts. 

DEPARTMENT (see also Army, p. 8) 

Referring to the Executive Departments: the State Department, Department of 
State, the Department, the Navy and War Departments, a Department clerk or 
employee, a departmental position; an Executive Department, the Executive 
Departments. 

Lower-case when referring to one of the three grand divisions, as the Govern- 
ment of the United States is composed of the legislative, executive, and judicial 
departments. 

Referring to a bureau: the Land Department, the Land and Indian departments, 
the department. 

DIVISION 

Referring definitely to the following divisions in the Agricultural Department: 
Biological Survey, Entomology, Foreign Markets, Publications, Statistics; the 
officers of the Division. 

GOVERNMENT (see also Government, p. 14) 

the Government, Government bonds, the Federal Government, the General 
Government, the National Government, State and National governments, the 
Governments of the United States and Japan, at the seat of government, govern- 
mental control, the Confederate States government. 

MINT 

the Mint (meaning the Bureau of the Mint), the Philadelphia mint, the San 
Francisco mint, etc. 

NATIONAL 

the national capital, the National Government, the National Guard, the National 
Legislature, the National Treasury, the National Bank Redemption Agency, 
the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. 

NAVAL 

Naval Academy, Naval Asylum, Naval Dispensary, Naval Gun Factory, Naval 
Militia (or Reserve) when referring definitely to the national or a State organi- 
zation. Naval Observatory, Naval Training Station (at Newport, R. I.). 

NAVY 

Referring to the whole Navy: the Navy, an officer of the Navy. 

Referring to a part: the navy in the Philippines. 

Used as an adjective: a navy officer, navy cloth, navy blue. 

Its organizations: Engineer Corps, etc. North Atlantic Squadron, etc. Asiatic 
Station, etc. 

OFFICE 

When this term is clearly intended as a synonym for bureau: the Office of Exper- 
iment Stations, the Office; the Pa.tent Office, the Office; etc. 

OBSERVATORY 

the Naval Observatory, the Observatory; the Astrophysical Observatory, the 

observatory. 
SERVICE 

Referring to a bureau or organized service outside of the Army or Navy: the 

Life-Saving Service, the Service; the Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service, 

the Service; etc. 

Referring to the Army or Navy: the Signal Service, the service; etc. 

SURVEY 

the Coast and Geodetic Survey, the Survey; the Geological Survey, the Survey. 
TREASURY 

the Independent Treasury, the National Treasury, the Treasury, the New York 

subtreaaury. 



CAPITALS 



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TITLES OP PERSO]SrS. 



[See also Foreign governments, p. 16; Titles, p. 21.] 

Capitalize all titles immediately preceding name of a person, but lower-case when 
following, except as noted below. 

The titles and appellations following are to be capitalized standing alone, singular 
or plural; but such titles as Adjutant-General and Inspector-General only when 
referring definitely to the chief oflScer of the class, as the Adjutant-General of the 
United States Army, the adjutant-general of the Department of the East, etc. 

With the exception of those indicated by an asterisk (*) these titles refer only to 
persons in the service of the United States Government. 



ACTING 

When immediately preceding any title that 
is capitalized. 

Adjutant-General. 

Admiral. 

Agrostologist (Department of Agriculture). 

Architect of the Capitol. 

ASSISTANT 

When immediately preceding any title that 
is capitalized. 

Attorney-General. 

AUDITOR 

for the State and other Departments, etc., 
referring to the various Auditors of the 
Treasury Department. 
Biologist (Department of Agriculture). 

* BISHOP OF INDIA 

Capitalize all similar titles: Duke of Argyle, 
Count of Flanders, Prince of Wales, etc. 

Botanist (Department of Agriculture). 
Brigadier-General Commandant (Marine Corps). 

CHAIRMAN 

of the Committee of the Whole; of the Inter- 
state Commerce Commission; of the Light- 
House Board. 

Chaplain (Senate or House). 
Chemist (Department of Agriculture). 
CHIEF 

Referring definitely to head of a bureau. 
Chief Clerk (Senate or House only). 
Chief Intelligence Officer (Navy). 
Chief Justice ( United States Supreme Court). 
Chief of Artillery. 
Chief of Engineers. 
Chief of Ordnance. 
Chief Signal Officer. 
Clerk (House of Representatives) . 
Commissary-General. 

COMMISSIONER (see also Commission, p. 8) 

Referring to a member of any commission 
(the title of which is capitalized) created by 
Congress, or the head of a bureau having this 
title. 

COMPTROLLER 

of the Treasury; of the Currency. 
Congressman. 

*CROWN (see also Government, p. 14) 

Referring definitely to the ruler of an inde- 
pendent government; also when used as an 
adjective, as the Crown lands belong to the 
sovereign. 

Delegate (in Congress). 
DEPUTY 

When Immediately preceding any title that 

is capitalized. 
DIRECTOR 

Referring to the head of a bureau having 

such title, as Director of the Census. 

Doorkeeper (House). 
Editor (Department of Agriculture). 
♦Edward VII, or Edward the Seventh. 
Entomologist (Department of Agriculture). 



* EXCELLENCY (see also President, below) 

Referring to the ruler of an independent gov- 
ernment, as His Excellency or Your Excel- 
lency. In other cases only when used with 
name or title, as His Excellency Li Hung 
Chang, His Excellency the Duke of Athol. 

Executive (see President, below). 

Forester (Department of Agriculture). 

* Forty-niner, an old. 

General (Commanding the Army). 

* Gentile. 

*His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. 

Hydrographer. 

Inspector-General. 

Judge- Advocate-General (Army or Navy). 

Librarian (of Congress). 

Lieutenant-General. 

Major-General Commanding the Army. 

MEMBER 

Only when used as in these two instances, sin- 
gular or plural: Member and Delegate; Sena- 
tor and Member. 

* Mormon. 

Pathologist and Physiologist (Department of 

Agriculture). 
Paymaster-General (Army or Navy). 
Pomologist (Department "of Agriculture). 
Postmaster (Senate or House). 

PRESIDENT 

Also any synonymous term when meaning 
the President of the United States, as Chief 
Magistrate, Commander in Chief, Executive, 
His Excellency, etc. Adjective: Presidential. 

President of the Senate. 

President pro tempore (Senate). 

Public Printer. 

Quartermaster-General. 

Regent (Smithsonian Institution). 

Register (Treasury). 

Representative (in Congress). 

Resident Commissioner (Porto Rico). 

SECRETARY 

Referring to the head of an Executive Depart- 
ment. Also Secretary of the Senate; Secre- 
tary of the Smithsonian Institution; Secretary 
to the President. 

Senator (in Congress). Adjective: Senatorial. 
Sergeant-at-Arms (Senate or House). 
Soil Physicist (Department of Agriculture). 
Solicitor (State Department or Treasury Depart- 
ment). 
Solicitor-General. 

Speaker, and Speaker pro tempore (House). 
Statistician (Department of Agriculture). 

SUPERINTENDENT 

W'hen the title of the head of a bureau or 
service. 

Supervising Architect, the Architect (Treasury). 

Supervisinglnspector-General (Steamboat-Inspec- 
tion Service). 

Surgeon-General (Army, Navy, and Public Health 
and Marine-Hospital Service). 

Treasurer (but assistant treasurer at New York, 
etc.). 

Vice-Admiral. 



11 CAPITALS 

Titles used as synonyms of proper names: 

You will go, Major, to New York? 

I am anxious about our friend, the Captain. 

I am, General, your obedient servant. 

Titles when used in a general way, lower-case: 

He was taken before the judge. 
The captain was lire vetted. 

GEOGRAPHIC NAMES. 
[See also Foreign governments, p. IG.] 

Capitalize the following terras, singular form only, when immediately following 
name; also the words "hills," "islands," and "mountains" when immediately fol- 
lowing the name of a group. 

Examples: Washington Aqueduct; Croton and Washington aqueducts; the Blacli Hills. 



Aqueduct 


County- 


Harbor 


Mountain 


Parish (La.) 


Archipelago 


Crater 


Head 


Narrows 


Park 


Butte 


Creek 


Hill 


Nation (Ind. T.) 


River 


Canal 


Dome 


Island 


Ocean 





Capitalize the following, singular form, either before or after and when a part of 

the name, also plural form when before name. 

Examples: Chesapeake Bay; BayofFundy; Massachusetts and Delaware bays; Bays of Fundy and 
Biscay. Use lower-case for such an expression as " the valleys of Virginia and Maryland " (or a like 
one used in this manner involving any other word in this list), as there is no valley on the map 
known as the "Valley of Virginia" or the " Valley of Maryland." 



Bay 


Dalles 


Isle 


Pass 


Sea 


Bayou 


Desert 


Lake 


Peak 


Strait 


Camp (military) 


Falls 


Mount 


Point 


Valley 


Cape 


Fort 


Oasis 


Port 


Volcano 



Treat the following terms the same as those in the preceding list; but capitalize 
when standing alone and used as a synonym for the name in parentheses: 

Delta (Delta of the Mississippi River) Peninsula (Spain) 

Gulf (Gulf of Mexico) Sound (Long Island Sound) 

Isthmus (Isthmus of Panama) 

The following terms are to be capitalized or lower-cased when used in the manner 
indicated: 

AGENCY 

When preceded by name and referring to an Indian agency, singular form only, 
as Rosebud Agency. 

BOROUGH 

Referring to the boroughs of Greater New York, singular form only, as Manhat- 
tan Borough, Borough of the Bronx, Brooklyn Borough, Queens Borough, Rich- 
mond Borough. 

CHANNEL 

Referring to such as the English Channel, the Nicholas Channel (north of Cuba), 
singular form only. 

Referring to channels in rivers and harbors, lower-case, as Gedney channel, 
Buttermilk channel, etc. 

CITY 

Only when part of the corporate name, except City of Mexico, New York Citj^ 
and Washington City. 

CONTINENT 

Standing alone and referring to Europe, as the Continent; otherwise only when 
preceded by name, singular form only, as Eastern Continent, etc. 

COURT HOUSE 

This term is seldom used as a geographic name, but when used, omit the hyphen 
as in the following form : Washington Court House, Ohio. 



CAPITALS 12 

DISTRICT (see also Numbers used as names, p. 14) 

the District, only when referring to the District of Columbia; also any synony- 
mous term, as Federal District. 

Certain Central and South American countries have districts similar to the above 
which are to be capitalized only when full name is given. 

DIVISION 

Referring to grand divisions of the United States, comprising the North Atlantic 
division. South Atlantic division. North Central division. South Central division, 
and Western division. Lower-case any prefixed term, as east North Atlantic 
division. 

LOWER 

Lower-case when not part of the name of a country, river, etc., as the lower 
Mississippi River, lo^er Egypt, etc. 

PROVING GROUND 

Lower-case, as Sandy Hook proving ground. 

RANGE 

Only when part of the name of a mountain chain, singular form only, as the 
Coast Range; lower-case in descriptions of land, as range 24 west, etc. 

RESERVATION, RESERVE 

When immediately following the name of a forest, military, or Indian reserva- 
tion, singular form only, as Pine Ridge Indian Reservation; Olympic Forest 
Reserve; Fort Leavenworth Military Reservation, but lower-case Fort Leaven- 
worth hay reservation, etc. 

STATE (see also State, p. 17) 

Referring to any one of the States of the United States, and also to a subdivision 
of any foreign country having the title of "State," either singular or plural form. 

Also the terms added to groups of States, as North Atlantic, South Atlantic, 
Middle Atlantic, Gulf, Middle, Central, Western, Northwestern, and South- 
western; Vjut lower-case a term prefixed to any of the foregoing, as eastern Gulf 
States, eastern North Atlantic States, etc. 

TERRITORY (see also Foreign Governments, p. 16) 

Referring to any organized Territory of the United States, singular or plural 
form. Adjective: Territorial. 

"THE" 

When a part of the name, as in the case of certain cities and towns such as The 
Hague, The Dalles (Oreg. ), The Weirs (N. H.), etc., and certain geographic 
formations, as The Buttes (in Sutter County, Cal. ), etc.; but the Netherlands. 
See the Postal Guide and Lippincott's Gazetteer for names of this class. 

TOWNSHIP 

Immediately following name, singular form only; lower-case preceding a num- 
ber, as township 14 north, etc. 

UNITED STATES, SECTIONS OF 

The terms East, West, North, South, Middle West, Central West, Northwest, 
Southwest; but lower-case when used adjectively, as southern planters, south- 
western stockgrowers, eastern manufacturers, western farmers, etc. 

Also the following: Bad Lands (in South Dakota and Nebraska), Cherokee 
Strip, Cherokee Outlet, Great American Desert, Great Lakes, the Lakes (refer- 
ring to the Great Lakes) , the Plains, Public Lan<J Strip, Staked Plain. 

UPPER 

Lower-case when not part of the name of a countr j', river, etc. , as upper Cali- 
fornia, the upper Ohio River, etc. 

WARD 

Referring to a municipal subdivision: the Fourth Ward, the Third and Fourth 
wards; Ward 1, Wards 1 and 2. 

WORLD, SECTIONS OF 

The terms "circle" (except great circle), "hemisphere," "pole," and "zone" 
only when preceded by name, singular form only. 

Also the following: the Antarctics (but lower-case antarctic fauna, antarctic ice, 
etc. ) , the Arctics ( lower-case arctic cold, arctic ice, etc. ) , the Far East, the Levant, 
theOccident, theOrient, the Tropic of Cancer, the Tropic of Capricorn, theTropics, 
the New World, the Old World. 



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CAPITALS 



MISCELLANEOUS CAPITALS. 



Capitalize the following miscellaneou,s terms: 



Admiralty (British) 
Chinese Six Companies 



Christendom 
Christian 



Christianity 
Court of St. James 



ADDRESSES, ETC. ( see also Addresses, signatures, and date lines, p. 30) 
The principal words in addresses, signatures, and date lines. 

APPENDIX, ETC. 

Appendix A, Appendix 1; Exhibit, Form, and TaVjle in the same manner. 

CONGRESS . 

Only with the full name in such cases as Pan-American Congress, the congress. 

CONVENTION 

the Constitutional Convention (United States of 1787), the Convention; the 
Republican national convention; the Third Annual Convention of American 
Florists, the convention, etc. 

DEITY 

All words denoting, as the All-Wise, kind Providence, etc. ; but only the jjro- 
nouns He and Him. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

The following buildings, places, etc. : the Botanic Garden; the Capitol and its 
parts (Chamber, Dome, Hall, Rotunda, Statuary Hall), also Capitol grounds, 
Capitol police; the Library (of Congress) ; the Mall; the Monument (Washing- 
ton), Monument lot, Monument grounds; the Museum (National); the White 
House and parts (Blue Room, East Room, Red Room, State Dining Room; but 
Blue and East rooms); the White Lot; Zoological Park, the Zoo; Metropolitan 
police. 

FLAG 

Synonyms of the United States flag, as the Stars and Stripes, Star-Spangled 
Banner, Old Glory. 

FIRMS, CORPORATIONS, ETC. 

Smith & Co. (Incorporated); Jones & Co. (Limited); Brown & Co. (Corporation). 

Chamber of Commerce of New York, the New York Chamber of Commerce, 
the chamber of commerce. Treat "board of trade" in the same manner, 
the Business Men's League; the East Washington Citizens' -Association; etc. 

GEOLOGICAL AGES, ETC. 

The orthography and capitalization of the terms in the table below have been 
agreed to by the United States Geological Survey and will be used in the work 
of that Bureau and generally in other work. Caution must be exercised, how- 
ever, in capitalizing the following three terms: Capitalize Coal Measures refer- 
ring to the Carboniferous period; but lower-case referring to rocks of other ages. 
Glacial, inter-Glacial, etc., referring to the Glacial epoch; but glacial boundary, 
glacial waters, glacial deposits, etc., referring simply to a glacier or its action. 
Red Beds, meaning those of the western-interior portion of the United States 
which belong to the Triassic period; but red beds of other ages. If in doubt as 
to any of the preceding, follow copy. 



Acadian. 


Dyas: 


Laurentian. 


Paleozoic. 


Algonkian. 


Lower. 


Lias: 


Paradoxides. 


Archean. 


Upper. 


Lower. 


Permian: 


Azoic. 


Eocarboniferous. 


Middle. 


Lower. 


Calciferous. 


Eocene: 


Upper. 


Upper. 


Cambrian: 


Lower. 


White. 


Permo-Carboniferous. 


Lower. 


Upper. 


Liassic. 


Pleistocene. 


pre-Cambrian. 


Georgian. 


Mareniscan. 


Pliocene. 


Upper. 


Glacial: 


Mesozoic. 


Primary. 


Carboniferous: 


inter-Glacial. 


Miocene. 


Proterozoic. 


Lower. 


post-Glacial. 


Neocene. 


Psychozoie. 


Upper. 


pre-Glacial. 


Neocomian. 


Quaternary. 


Cenozoic. 


Grand Canyon. 


Old Red sandstone. 


Ked Beds. 


Chuar. 


Greensand: 


Olenellus. 


RhEetic. 


Coal Measure.^. 


Lower. 


Oligocene: 


Secondary. 


Corniferous. 


Upper. 


Lower. 


Silurian : 


Cretaceous: 


Huronian: 


Middle. 


Lower. 


Lower. 


Lower. 


Upper. 


Upper. 


Upper. 


Upper. 


Oolites: 


Tertiary. 


Devonian: 


Jurassic. 


Lower. 


Triassic: 


Lower. 


Juratrias. 


Middle. 


Lower. 


Middle. 


Keweenawan. 


Upper. 


Middle. 


Upper. 


Kootanle. 


Ordovician. 


Upper. 



CAPITALS 14 

GOVERNMENT (see also Government, p. 9) 

the Imperial Government, the Royal Government, when referring definitely to 
a foreign government. Also the synonyms Crown and State. 

Referring to a State of the United States, the State government; to a dependency 
of a foreign government, the Canadian government. 

HISTORICAL PERIODS 

the Reformation, the Restoration (English), the Renaissance, the Revolution 
(American, of 1776; French, of 1789; English, of 1688), Revolution of July 
(French); but lower-case feudal ages, middle ages, golden age, stone age, iron 
age, etc. 

HOLIDAYS, ETC. 

Memorial Day, Washington's Birthday, Good Friday, etc.; a noted day, as 
Black Friday, etc. ; but not blue Monday, meaning a time when the spirits are 
depressed. 

INDIANS 

Such distinguishing terms as Absentee, Eastern, etc., as Absentee Shawnees, 
Eastern band of Cherokees, Joseph's band, etc.; the Five Civilized Tribes; the 
Creek Nation, Creek and Cherokee nations; the Six Nations. 

INSTITUTIONS, ETC. 

Such words as the following when thej^ are part of a proper term, singular form 
only: 

Armory Hotel 

Arsenal House (meaning a hotel) 

Asylum Jail 

Bank Library 

Bridge (Long Bridge, M Street Bridge, but Line (steamship) 

Pennsylvania Railroad bridge) Museum 

Building (but Treasury building, etc., refer- Navy- Yard 

ring to any of the departmental jjuildings) Park 

Cemetery (Arlington National Cemetery, but Penitentiary 

national cemetery at Arlington) Reformatory 

Church (building, congregation, or sect) School (Girls' Reform School, also any service 
College school of the United States Army or Navy) 

Garden University 

The words "lock" and ''dam" are capitalized only in such expressions as 
Dam 1, Lock 2, Locks 1 and 2, Dams 1 and 2. 

Hospital only when part of the name of a permanent institution, as Garfield 
Memorial Hospital, but First Regiment hospital. 

LEGISLATIVE BODIES (see also Foreign governments, p. 16) 

The names of the principal legislative bodj'^ and branches of an independent 
government. Lower-case those of States and Territories. 

MILITIA 

Naval Militia of the LTnited States; New York Naval Reserve, Pennsylvania 
Naval Militia; First Regiment Indiana Militia, Ohio Militia. 

NATIONAL GUARD 

the National Guard of the State of New York; the Ohio National Guard; the 
National Guard, referring definitelj' to that of any State. 

NUMBERS USED AS NAMES 

Where the word following the number is capitalized, as First Regiment, Second 
Congressional district, Twelfth Census; otherwise lower-case (except name of a 
street), as One hundred and tenth street, second district, third judicial district, 
first circuit, tenth precinct. 
Document Numbered One hundred and twenty. 

POLITICAL PARTIES, ETC. 

the Republican party, the People's Party, the Prohibition party; a Democrat, a 
Prohibitionist. 

QUOTATIONS 

The first word of a direct quotation, as Terence said, "In fine, nothing is said 

now that has not been said before." 

The first "word of an indirect quotation: The question is, Shall tlie bill pass? 

REVOLUTIONARY 

When referring to the Revolution of 1776, as a Revolutionary soldier, the Revo- 
lutionary war. 



15 CAPITALS 

ROMAN NUMERALS, ETC. 

Require the terms with them to be capitahzed when used as a title, as Chapter 
XV, Section II, etc.; but when the number is spelled, lower-case, as chapter 
fifteen, etc. 

When not a title, or other than numerals are used, lower-case, as section A (of 
a land plat, etc.), station B (in surveying, etc.). 

SCIENTIFIC NAMES 

The names of genera, families, orders, etc., as the seventeen-year locust or 
periodical cicada [the insect], Cicada septendecim [the first the name of the 
genus, the second the name of the species], belongs to the family Cicadidaj. 
Always lower-case the name of the species, unless otherwise instructed or 
marked in copy. 

SOCIETIES, UNIONS, ETC. 

Association of Agricultural Chemists. 

B'nai B'rith, Odd Fellows, etc. 

Columbia Typographical Union, American Federation of Labor, etc. 

Grand Army of the Republic; a Grand Army post; Lincoln Post, No. 3. 

SOLDIERS' HOME 

Referring to the Soldiers' Home in the District of Columbia or to any one of the 
Branches of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers; and, referring 
to the latter, the words Branch and Home when standing alone, singular or 
plural; also the words Central, Eastern, etc., preceding the word Branch or 
Home. 

STATION 

When with the name of a military or naval station of the United States, as Key 
West Naval Station, Fla., etc.; also Station A or South Side Station, Substation 
No. 24, referring to a post-office. Referring to a railroad station, lower-case, as 
Broad Street station. 

TITLES OF BOOKS, ETC., AND HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS 

Quote and capitalize the principal words when introduced thus: a book entitled 
"The House of Seven Gables." Otherwise capitalize principal words but do 
not quote, as The Chasm of the Colorado, painted by Thomas Moran; Twelfth 
Night, a play written by William Shakespeare. 
Short titles, as Bancroft's History, Brown's Grammar, etc. 

Government documents, reports, etc., as Document No. 2, Report No. 3, but 
lower-case document and report standing alone; Articles of War, the sixty-second 
article of war; Letters Patent No. 176142; Book of Estimates, the estimates; 
Revised Statutes, Statutes at Large, referring to the laws of the United States 
and also those of any State; the New York Code; Supplement to the Revised 
Statutes; Journal (House or Senate); calendar when with the name of one of 
the House or Senate calendars, as Private Calendar, Union Calendar, etc. ; Coast 
Pilot; Nautical Almanac. 

Bowman Act, Tucker Act, etc. 

Historical documents, as Constitution (United States); Articles of Confedera- 
tion (United States); Bill of Rights; Magna Charta. 

Bible; the Scriptures; Gospel, only when referring to one of the four memoirs 
of Jesus Christ contained in the New Testament. 

TRADE-MARKS 

Any word used to distinguish a particular article, as Eagle pencil, Stickwell 
paste, etc. When the name is a regular word, lower-case and quote, as " force," 
etc. ; when a coined word, lower-case, as sapolio, savogran, etc. 

TRADE PRODUCTS (see also Lower-case, p. 17) 

Such terms as German silver, Indian corn, Lima beans, Paris green, plaster of 
Paris, Venetian blinds, etc. 

UNION 

AVhen a synonym for the United States, adjective or noun. Also Postal Union. 

AVAR 

The names of wars, as the Seven Years' war, the Hundred Years' war, etc.; 
referring to the wars of the United States, use the following forms: war of the 
Revolution, the Revolutionary war, the civil war, the war of 1812. 



CAPITALS 



16 



FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS, ETC. 

Capitalize, singular or plural, with the name or standing alone, the title of any 
ruler, the name of any legislative body and its principal branches, and the name of 
domain and its administrative subdivisions when referring definitely to any one of 
the titles or names given in the following table; but lower-case such adjectives as 
congressional, parliamentary, provincial, state, territorial, etc., referring to these: 

Table of ihe independent governments of the tvorld, giving name of country, title of ruler, 
name of legislative body and its principal branches, and name of domain and adminis- 
trative subdivisions. 

[Compiled from Statesman's Year-Book, 1903.] 



Country. 



Title of ruler. 



Argentina President. 



Abyssinia I King 

Afghanistan j Ameer... 

Austria-Hungary . . j Emperor 

Austria 



Hungary 



Belgium . 
Bhutan . . 
Bolivia . . 
Brazil . . . 



Costa Rica. 
Denmark . . 



Ecuador . 
Prance .. 



Greece. 



Guatemala 

Haiti 

Honduras . 
Italy 



Japan 



Korea . . 
Liberia . 

Mexico . 



Montenegro . 

Monaco 

Morocco 

Nepal 

Netherlands. 



Nicaragua . 

Oman 

Paraguay.. 



Persia 
Peru.. 



Portugal. 



King 



DebRajah,Dharm 

Rajah (2). 
President 



.do. 



Chile do 



China Emperor. . 

Colombia President . 



do. 

King .. 



President. 
do.... 



German Empire . . . Emperor 



King 



President. 

do.... 

do.... 

King 



Emperor (Mikado) 



Em{)eror . 
President. 



.do. 



Prince . . 

do.. 

Sultan . . 
(King?) 
Queen . . 



President. 

Sultan 

President. 

Shah 

President. 



Name of legislative body and its 
branches. 



National Congress: Senate, House 
of Deputies. 



Parliament (Reichsrath): Upper 
House (Herrenhaus), Lower 
House (Abgeordnetenhaus). 

Parliament (OrszdggyiiMs): Upper 
House (ForendihAz), Lower 
House (K6pvisel6hdz). 

Senate, Chamber of Representa- 
tives. 



Congress: Senate, Chamber of Dep- 
uties. 

National Congress: Senate, Cham- 
ber of Deputies. 

do 



Congress: Senate, House of Repre- 
sentatives. 

Congress: Chamber of Deputies 

Rigsdag (or Diet): Landsthing, 
Folkething. 

National Congress: Senate, Cham- 
ber of Deputies. 

Parliament: Senate, Chamber of 
Deputies. 

Bundesrath, Reichstag 



Legislative Assembly (Bule) 



National Assembly 

Senate, Chamber of Communes 

Congress of Deputies 

Parliament: Senate, Chamber of 

Deputies. 
Imperial Diet: House of Peers, 

House of Representatives. 



Parliament: Senate, House of Rep- 
resentatives. 

Congress: Senate, House of Repre- 
sentatives. 



States-General: First Chamber, 

Second Chamber. 
Congress : 



Congress: Senate, House of Depu- 
ties. 



King 



Congress: Senate, House of Repre- 
sentatives. 

Cortes Geraes: House of Peers, 
House of Commons. 



Name of domain and its 
administrative subdi- 
visions. 



Republic: Province, 

Territory. 
Empire: Kingdom. 
Kingdom: Province. 
Empire. 
Province. 



Do. 

Kingdom: Province. 

State. 

Republic: Department, 

Territory. 
Republic: State. 

Republic: Province, 

Territory. 
Empire: Province. 
Republic: Department. 

Republic: Province. 
Kingdom: Province. 

Republic: Province. 

Republic: Department. 

Empire: State, Kingdom, 
Grand Duchy, Duchy, 
and Principality. 

Kingdom: Nomarchy 
(Province). 

Republic: Department. 
Do. 

Republic: Department. 

Kingdom: Province. 

Empire: Prefecture (Fu 

and Ken). 
Kingdom: Province. 
Republic: County. 

Republic: State, Terri- 
tory. 
Principality. 

Do. 
Sultanate: Province. 
Kingdom. 
Kingdom: Province. 

Republic: Department. 

Sultanate. 

Republic: Department. 

Kingdom: Province. 
Republic: Department. 

Kingdom: Province. 



17 



CAPITALS 



Table of the independent governments of the world, etc. — Continued. 



Country. 


Title of ruler. 


Name of legislative body and its 
branches. 


Name of domain and its 
administrative subdi- 
visions. 


Roiimania 


King 


Senate, Chamber of Deputies 


Kingdom: Department. 
Empire: Province. 
Republic: Department. 
Republic: Province. 
Kingdom: Department. 

Kingdom: Province. 


Russia 


Emperor 


Salvador 


President 


Congress of Deputies 

National Congress 




do 


Servia 


King 


National Assembly (Narodna- 
Skupshtina), Senate. 


Siam - . 


.do 


Spain 


do 


Cortes: Senate, Congress of Depu- 
ties. 


Kingdom: Province. 


Sweden and Nor- 


...do 


Kingdom. 
Government (Lan). 
Amt. 


way. 
Sweden 




Parliament (or Diet): First Cham- 
ber, Second Chamber. 

Storthing: Lagthing, Odelsthing... 

Parliament: State Council (Stan- 
derath), National Council (Na- 
tionalrath). 


Norway 




Switzerland . 


President 


Republic: Canton. 

Empire: Vilayet. 
Empire. 

Commonwealth: State. 
Dominion: Province. 


Turkey 


Sultan 


United Kingdom 

of Great Britain 

and Ireland 

(British Empire). 

Australia 

Canada . 


King 


Parliament: House of Lords, House 
of Commons. 

Federal Parliament: Senate, House 
of Representatives. 

Parliament: Senate, House of Com- 
mons. 

Parliament: Senate, Chamber of 
Deputies. 

Congress: Senate, House of Repre- 
sentatives. 


Governor-General 
do . . 


Uruguay 


President 


Republic: Department. 
Republic: State, Terri- 


Venezuela 


do 






tory. 



LOWER-CASE. 



College, etc. , degrees when spelled out and standing alone are to be lower-case, 
as the degree of doctor of laws, the degree of master of arts, etc. 
Lower-case the terms in the following list: 



Adjectives and verbs ending with "ed," "ify," 
"ing," "ize," etc., when derived from proper 
names. 

a. m., m., and p. m., as 12 m., 1.30 a. m. 

amendments to the Constitution, as fourteenth 
amendment. 

belleek ware. 

century, as twentieth century. 

china ware. 

gothic (style of type). 

haikwan tael. 

imperial edict. 

India ink. 

india rubber. 

jersey (cloth or jacket). 

LEGISLATURE, ETC. 

Referring to the legislative body of a State, as 
Ohio legislature, New York assembly, etc. 

levantine (as an adjective). 

light, light-house, light-vessel, as Highland light. 

Cape Poge light-house, etc. 
lyonnaise (as an adjective). 
merino (cloth). 
morocco (leather). 

o'clock: never use o'clock. O'clock, or O'clock. 
oriental (adjective). 



route No. 12466, mail route No. 1742, railway mail 
route No. 1144, or any similar expression not 
otherwise provided for. 

russia (leather). 

royal command. 

roman (style of type). 

STATE 

In the following expressions: affairs of state, 
church and state, secretary of state of In- 
diana; also statehood, statehouse. 
As vCn adjective, referring '^o an administra- 
tive subdivision of a foreign government, as 
state government, etc. 

Sections of States, as east Illinois, western 
Kansas, etc., the only exception being East 
Tennessee. 

STREETS, ETC. 

All such terms as alley, avenue, circle, court, 
lane, place, road, street, and square, except 
when part of a name like Park Street Church, 
etc. 

surveyor-general. 

TIME 

eastern, central, mountain, seventy-fifth U-e- 

ridian, standard, etc. 
war (see Wak, p. 15). 



M s— 03- 



-2 



ABBREVIATIONS 



18 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

[See also Court style, p. 34; Degrees, etc., p. 26; Tabular work, p. 22.] 

The following abbreviations will be used except as limited, or as may be indicated 
by copy preparers; it being understood that those not limited are to be used at all 
times: 

BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS 

H. R. for House bill (H. R. 416 or House bill 416, as written); S. for Senate 
bill (S. 1168 or Senate bill 1168, as written). In parentheses use the following 
forms for House and Senate resolutions when with number: 



H. Res. for House resolution (simple). 

H. C. Res. for House concurrent resolution. 

H. J. Res. for House joint resolution. 



S. Res. for Senate resolution. 

S. C. Res. for Senate concurrent resolution. 

S. R. for Senate joint resolution. 



CHEMICAL ELEMENTS AND SYMBOLS 



Element. 



Aluminum 

Antimony (see Stibium). 

Argenturii (silver) 

Arsenic 

Aurum (gold) 

Barium 

Beryllium (glucinum) 

Bismuth 

Boron 

Bromine 

Cadmium 

Csesium 

Calcium 

Carbon 

Cerium 

Chlorine 

Chromium 

Cobalt 

Columbium (niobium) 

Copper (cuprum) 

Davyum 

Decipium 

Didymium 

Erbium 

Ferriim (iron) 

Fluorine 

Gadolinium 

Gallium 

Germaniuin 

Glucinum (beryllium) 

Gold (see Aurum j. 

Hydrargyrum (mercury) 

Hydrogen 

iridium 

Iodine 

Iridium 

Iron (see Ferrum). 

Kalium (potassium) 

Lanthanum 

Lead (see Plumbum). 

Lithium 

Magnesium 

Manganese 

Mercury (see Hydrargyrum). 



Symbol. 



Al 

Ag 

As 

Au 

Ba 

Be,Gl 

Bi 

B 

Br 

Cd 

Cs 

Ca 

C 

Ce 

CI 

Cr 

Co 

Cb, Kb 

Cu 

Da 

Dp 

D,Di 

Er 

Fe 

F,F1 

Gd 

Ga 

Ge 

Gl.Be 

Hg 

H 

In 

I 

Ir 

K 
La 

Li 

Mg 

Mn 



Element. 



Svmbol. 



Molybdenum 

Natrium (sodium) 

Neodymium 

Nickel 

Niobium (columbium^ 

Nitrogen , 

Norwegium 

Osmium 

Oxygen 

Palladium 

Phosphorus 

Platinum 

Plumbum (lead) 

Potassium (see Kalium). 

Rhodium 

Rubidium 

Ruthenium 

Samarium 

Scandium 

Selenium 

Silicon 

Silver (see Argentum). 
Sodium (see Nairium). 

Stan num. (tin) 

Stibium (antimony) 

Strontium 

Sulphur 

Tantalum 

Tellurium 

Terbium 

Thallium 

Thorium 

Thulium 

Tin (see Stannum). 

Titanium 

Tungsten (see Wolframium). 

Uranium 

Vanadium 

Wolframium (tungsten) 

Ytterbium 

Yttrium 

Zinc 

! Zirconium 



Mo 

Na 

Nd 

Ni 

Nb,Cb 

N 

Ng 

Os 



Pd 

P 

Pt 

Pb 

Rh 

Rb 

Ru 

Sm 

Sc 

Se 

Si 



Sn 

Sb 

Sr 

S 

Ta 

Te 

Tb.Tr 

Tl 

Th 

Tu 

Ti 

U 

V 

W 

Yb 

Y,Yt 

Zn 

Zr 



CHRISTIAN NAMES 

When necessary to abbreviate use the forms Danl., Edwd., Saml., Thos., etc., 
omitting the apostrophe. 

This rule to apply to "fol." and tabular work. 

CLOCK TIME 

a. m. ; m. ; p. m. ; where immediately connected with figures. 

COMPASS DIRECTIONS 

Where it is desired to abbreviate, use the regular forms. In compound terms, 
close up, as SE., NNW., etc. 



19 



ABBREVIATIONS 



CONGRESS, ETC. 

In parentheses: Cong, for Congress, as 58th Cong.; sess. for session, as 1st sess. 
(Note punctuation: 58th Cong., 1st sess.; 1st sess. 58th Cong.) 

DOCUMENTS 

In parentheses, accomijanied by number, use the following forms: 

H. Doc. lor House Document. S. Doc. for Senate Document. 

H. Eept. for House Report. S. Kept, for Senate Report. 

FIRM NAMES, ETC. 

& will only be used between names of persons or to connect the same with Co., 
Bro., or Bros. In literary, etc., comyjanionships use "and." 

Co., Bro., or Bros, will only be used when connected by & with the name of a 
person. In tabular matter Co., Bro., Bros., R. R. for railroad, and Rwy. for 
railway will be used. 

Examples: Towers & Russell; J. P. Morgan & Co ; Smith & Bro.; Jones Brothers & Co.; .John- 
ston & Oleson Company; Good & Sweet & Co. 

LATITUDE, ETC. 

In parentheses, use lat. for latitude and long, for longitude, when with figures. 

MISCELLANEOUS TERMS 
etc. for &c. 

feet B. M. for feet board measure, where with figures. 
0. K.; 0. K.'ed; 0. K.'ing. 
per cent (omitting period). 

St. for Saint; but Fort and Mount are not to be abbreviated. 
V. for versus, 
viz (omitting period). 

METRIC WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

Copy preparers will indicate or give instructions when to use abbreviations. 

WEIGHT. 



Denomination and value. 



Microgram (0.000001 gram) 

Milligram (0.001 gram) 

Centigram (0.01 gram) 

Decigram (0.1 gram) 

Gram 

Decagram (10 grams) 

Hectogram (100 grams) 

Kilogram (1,000 grams) 

Mvriagram (10,000 grams) 

Quintal (100,000 grams) 

Millier or tonneau— ton (1,000,000 grams) . 



Abbrevi- 
ation. 



y 
mg. 

eg. 
dg. 

g. 



kUo 



q. 
t. 



Equivalent in com- 
mon use. 



0.0154 grain. 
0.1543 grain. 
1.5432 grains. 
15.432 grains. 
0.3.527 ounce. 
3.5274 ounces. 
2.2046 pounds. 
22.046 pounds. 
220.46 pounds. 
2,204.6 pounds. 



SURFACE. 



Centare (1 square meter) 

Are (100 square meters) 

Hectare (10,000 square meters) 



a. 
ha. 



1,550 square inches. 
119.6 square yards. 
2.471 acres. 



CAPACITY. 



Denomination and value. 


Abbrevi- 
ation. 


Equivalent in common use. 


Dry measure. 


Liquid measure. 


Microliter (0.000001 liter) 


A 

ml. 
cl. 
dl. 

1. 

dal. 

hi. 

f 






Milliliter (0.001 liter) 


0.061 cubic inch 

0.6102 cubic inch 

6.1022 cubic inches . . . 
0.908 quart 


0.27 fluid dram 


Centiliter (0.01 liter) 


0.338 fluid ounce. 


Deciliter (0.1 liter) 


0.845 gill. 


Liter 


1.0567 quarts. 
2.6417 gallons. 


Decaliter (10 liter.s) 


9.08 quarts 


Hectoliter (100 liters)- 


2.838 bushels 

|], 308 cubic yards 


26.417 gallons. 


Kiloliterl ^, /^/^/^ T^ V 






I s. 




Stere ...f nbv^m; 





ABBREVIATIONS 



20 



METRIC WEIGHTS AND MEASURES— Continued. 

LENGTH. 



Denomination and value. 



Micron (0.001 millimeter) . 
Millimeter (0.001 meter) . 
Centimeter (0.01 meter) . 

Decimeter (0.1 meter) 

Meter 

Decameter (10 meters) 

Hectometer (100 meters) . 
Kilometer (1,000 meters) . . 



Myriameter (10,000 meters) 



Abbreviation. 



Length. Square. Cubic 



mm. 

cm. 

dm. 

m. 



km. 



mm- 
cm2 
dm2 
m2 



km- 



mm^ 

cm3 

dms 

m3 



TcTnS 



Equivalent in com- 
mon use (length 
only). 



0.0394 inch. 
0.3937 inch. 
3.937 inches. 
39.37 inches. 
393.7 inches. 
328 feet 1 Inch. 
0.62137 mile (3,280 

feet 10 inches). 
6.2137 miles. 



MONEY, WEIGHTS, AND MEASURES 

Copy preparers will indicate when abbreviations are to be used. (See also 
Abbreviations, p. 22.) 

MONTHS 

In references in parentheses, in tables and footnotes to the same (see also 
Abbreviations, p. 22 _; Date columns, p. 23), and date columns in leader work, 
where day of month is given, use — 



Jan. for January. 
Feb. for February. 
Mar. for March. 



Apr. for April. 
Aug. for August. 
Sept. for September. 



Oct. for October. 
Nov. for November. 
Dec. for December. 



1836. 



Maj', June, and July are not abbreviated. 

NUMBER 

Use No. when preceding a serial number, as No. 

PUBLIC LANDS 

Cop3' preparers will indicate when the following terms are to be abbreviated 
(note caps, punctuation, and use of plural)-: N. 5^ NE. I sec. 1, T. 2 N., R. 3 W.; 
fractional sees. 2 and 3, Tps. 4 and 5 N., Rs. 6 and 7 W. ; and lot 6, NE. 1-; sec. 4, 



T. 6 N., R. 1 W., of the Indian meridian, 
the sixth principal meridian. 



Also N. h sec. 20; T. 7 N., R. 2 W. of 



REFERENCES 

Where immediately with the numeral: fig. or figs, for figure or figures, pi. <ir pis. 
for plate or plates, using a capital letter with Roman numerals. 

Where in parentheses, footnotes, cut-in notes, side notes, or tables, using a capital 
letter with Roman numerals except in the case of p. or pp., use the following 
forms: 



art. or arts, for article or articles. 

ch. or chs. for chapter or chapters. 

p. or pp. for page or pages. 

par. or pars, for paragraph or paragraphs. 



pt. or pts. for part or parts. 

sec. or sees, for section or sections. 

vol. or vols, for volume or volumes. 



STATES AND TERRITORIES 

In indexes, leader work, and tables, after such terms as cape, island, mountain, 
river, etc., when the name is given, and ficcasionally (copy preparers to indicate) 
after groups of geographic names in text intermixed with any of the terms in 
the next paragraph, as New York, N. Y. ; Long Island, N. Y. ; Cape Poge, Mass.; 
Brentons Reef, R. I.; Washington, D. C. ; Potomac River, Md. 

The following abbreviations will be used when immediately after the name of a 
post-office, Indian agency, armory, arsenal, barrack, county, fort, navy-yard, 
reservation (forest, Indian, or military), or station (military or naval): 



Ala. for Alabama. 

Alaska for Alaska Territory. 

Ariz, for Arizona Territory. 

Ark. for Arkansas. 

Cal. for California. 

Colo, for Colorado. 

Conn, for Connecticut. 

Del. for Delaware. 

D. C. for District of Columbia. 

Fla. for Florida. 

Ga. for Georgia. 

Hawaii for Hawaii Territorv. 



111. for Illinois. 

Ind. for Indiana. 

Ind. T. for Indian Territory. 

Kans. for Kansas. 

Ky. for Kentuckj'. 

La. for Louisiana. 

Me. for Maine. 

Md. for Maryland. 

Mass. for Massachusetts. 

Mich, for Michigan. 

Minn, for Minnesota. 

Miss, for Mississippi. 



21 ABBREVIATIONS 

STATES AND TERRITORIES— Continued. 

Mo. for Missouri. 1'. I. I'nr Philippine Islands. 

Mont, for Montana. P. K. for Porto liioo. 

Nebr. for Nebraska. K. I. for Riiodi' Island. 

Nev. for Nevada. ' S. C. for South Carolina. 

N. H. for New Hampshire. S. Dak. for South Dakota. 

N. J. for New Jersey. Tenn. for Tennes.see. 

N. Me.x. for New Mexico Territory. Tex. for Texas. 

N. Y. for New York. Vt. for Vermont. 

N. C. for North Carolina. Va. for Virginia. 

N. Dak. for Nortli Dakota. Wash, for Washington. 

Okla. for Oklahoma Territory. W. Va. for West Virginia. 

Oreg. for Oregon. Wis. for Wisconsin. 

Pa. for Pennsylvania. Wyo. for Wyoming. 

Guam, Idaho, Iowa, Ohio, Samoa, and Utah are not abbreviated. 

STATUTES 

In references in parentheses, footnotes, cut-in notes, side notes, and tables: Rev. 
Stat, for Revised Statutes; Supp. Rev. Stat, for Supplement to the Revised Stat- 
utes; Stat. L. for Statutes at Large. 

STREETS (see also Abbreviations, p. 22) 

Where referring to Washington, D. C., use the forms: First street NW., Four- 
and-a-half street SW. , Florida avenue NE., Seventh street SW., etc. Spell out 
First street east. Third street west, R street north, M street south, etc. 

THERMOMETERS 

F. for Fahrenheit; C. for centigrade; Cel. for Celsius; Reaum. for Reaumur. 

TITLES 

Military and naval, only when preceding Christian name, as in the following list 
(a title composed of two or more of these terms will be regularly abbreviated, as 
Maj. Gen., Sergt. Maj., etc.): 

Asst. for assistant in other tlian military or Insp. for inspector. 

naval titles. Lieut, for lieutenant. 

Adjt. for adjutant. Lieut. (Junior Grade) for lieutenant (junior 

Brig, for brigadier. grade). 

JJvt. for brevet. Maj. for major. 

Capt. for captain. P. A. for passed assistant. 

Col. for colonel. P. M. for paymaster (but P. A. Paymaster for 

Com. for commissary. passed assistant paymaster). 

Corpl. for corporal. Q. M. for quartermaster. 
Gen. for general (spell out when otlier than a Sergt. for sergeant. 

military title). Surg, for surgeon 
Hosp. for hospital. 

Preceding Christian name (otherwise spell out, except Messrs.): 

Dr. for doctor. Rev. for reverend. 

Hon. for honorable. Right Hon. for right honorable. 

M. for monsieur. Right Rev. for right reverend. 

Messrs. or MM. for messieurs. Supt. for superintendent. . 

Prof, for professor. Very Rev. for very reverend. 

Following surname: 

esq. for esquire. Fellowships: F. R. S. for Fellow of the Royal 

jr. for junior. Society; etc. 

sr. for senior. Orders of chivalry: K. C. B. for Ivnight Com- 

Degrees conferred by colleges, etc.: LL. D. for mander of the Bath; etc. 
doctor of laws; M. A. for master of arts; etc. 

UNITED STATES 

Where immediately associated with the name of an officer of the Army or Navy, 
as Lieut. John Doe, U. S. Army; Admiral Richard Roe, U. S. Navy — 

or the name of an organization of the Army or Navy, as First Regiment U. S. 
Volunteers, Second U. S. Cavalry, etc. — 

or where preceding the name of a Government vessel, as LT. S. S. Brooklyn 
(any other designation than "ship" or "steamer" to be spelled, as U. S. mon- 
itor Nantucket) — 

or in parentheses, footnotes, cut-in notes, side notes, or tables when with the 
name of an organization of the Army or Navy, a Department, bureau, commis- 
sion, etc., of the United States Government. 



TABULAR WORK 22 



TABULAR WORK. 

[See also Abbreviations, p. 18.] 

Headings and footnotes to be solid when table is solid, and leaded when table is 
en-quadded. 

ABBREVIATIONS (see also Christian names, p. 18; Months, p. 20) 

Units of quantity to the right of reading columns (lower-cased) and over figure 
columns (capitalized) will be spelled where possible. Where the space avail- 
able demands a contraction, use the following forms: dolls., dwt., galls., lbs., 
oz. (for ounce or ounces), bbls., cwt., yds., ft., in. (for inch or inches), doz., bush., 
M, sq. feet, M feet, cub. (for cubic), kilo (for kilogram). 

Where over figure columns, use the forms a. m. for antemeridian; Ft. in. for feet 
and inches; h. m. s. for hours, minutes, and seconds; X'- "'• foi" postmeridian; and 
£ s. d. for pounds, shillings, and pence. 

In columns of names of persons follow the copy as to abbreviations of given 
names; but such names as George or William may be abbreviated to save overruns. 

Brother, Brothers, or Company where part of a firm name, and Railroad or Rail- 
way where preceded by name, are to be abbreviated Bro., Bros., Co., R. R., Rwy. 

Use the following forms for numbered streets when abbreviated: 4 J street sw.; 
R street nw. ; 8th street se. ; etc. 

When so directed by copy preparer, any well-known abbreviation may be used 
to save an overrun. 

Months will be abbreviated when day is given; but in box heads only when so 
prepared. (See also Date columns, p. 23.) 

BOX HEADS 

Letters are not to be filed where crowding is necessary. 

To be solid and the words centered in the box except when the column is 10 
ems or more in width and the matter makes 3 lines or more, in which case make 
a hanging indention. Run-up heads are indented an en space at the beginning 
of the line and bear off an en space where reaching the rule at the top, and if 
they make 2 lines, center the second; if 3 lines, make a hanging indention. 

The minimum depth to be 3 ems. 

To run across wherever practicable; if necessary to run up, reduce to minimum 
depth. Avoid running up over reading and date columns. 

In single heads of 2 lines or more and heads having double or a greater number 
of boxes bear off an en space above and below; in tables set in quarto or a wider 
measure, tables set in brevier with nonpareil box heads, and full-quadded tables 
use an em space above and below. 

Where a single box exceeds the depth of a double or triple box place the extra 
space in the lowermost box. 

Where a head is composed of double boxes, or a greater number, the greatest 
number of lines in the top box will control the depth of all the top boxes; so also 
in each of the other boxes. Occasionally the top box of a triple box head may 
be of such depth as to make a better appearance by allowing its bottom rule to 
align with the bottom rule of the second box. 

In boxes containing 2 lines the first line to be the longer where possible, but do 
not sacrifice good appearance by dividing short words or making 2-letter divisions 
in wide columns. 

In parallel tables where a box head is divided, repeat for each page. 

Spell the word "number," referring to quantitj^ or things, in box heads, where 
possible. Where necessary to abbreviate, or where used in connection with serial 
figures, use "No." 
BRACES 

Straight-line braces on en body are to be used, and to go on right of rule where 
possible. 

CENTER, FLUSH, AND SUB HEADS (see also Date columns, p. 23) 

Use a full blank line above all center heads. Where a parallel dash, runover, 
etc., in another column furnishes a blank space above the head do not add an 
extra blank. 



23 TABULAR WORK 

CENTEK, FLUSH, AND SUB HEADS— Continued. 

Where the center head will clear the reading matter Itelow, and there are leader;^, 
use a line of en quads only; if no leaders below and the center head will clear 
at least an en space, omit blank, but if it clears less than an en space, use an 
en-quad line. Otherwise use full blank below. 

Use a colon after a flush head and an em dash after each head suVjordinate 
thereto. The copy preparer will indicate when to do otherwise. 

CONTINUED HEADS 

Continued heads over tables must be condensed into one line where possible. 

"CONTINUED" 

Omit period or colon after a center, flush, or sub head where the word "con- 
tinued" is used, and always use a 1-em dash between it and the head. If the 
head is all small caps, use a lower-case "c' 



M 



DASHES 

Do not carry dashes in reading or date columns. 

Parallel dashes will be used in all cases where necessary to cut off from figures 
following. 

DATE COLUMNS 

Always abbreviate months in columns cast to 5, 7, or 7^ ems (this latter for inside 
columns) and bear off from the rule an en space, placing the remaining space 
between the month and the day; where the year is used put an en comma only 
between it and the day. 

Omit the period at end where a 5 or 7 em column is the last one of the table. 

Where the year is centered over dates use a full blank above and no space 
below. 

Where a column is composed of dates only and is cast wider than 7^ ems, 
spell out months imless otherwise indicated, or where necessary to save overruns. 

Where not followed by leaders and consisting of years only and some of the lines 
have a double year, center each in the column, in the following manner: 

1898 

1899-1900 

1901-2 

Date columns are not classed as reading columns. 

"DITTO," USE OF 

Never use "do." in the first line under a center head or under a line of leaders; 
but it can be used under a blank space, except as limited. 

Only use "do." in reading and date columns. 

Capitalize when not preceded by leaders. In the last column of a table do not 

use leaders with "Do." and capitalize. 

In columns less than 6 ems in width use 1^ ems of quads (in addition to en quad 

used for bearing off) or 2 ems of leaders, as may be required, before the "do." 

In columns of 6 ems and over, use 2 ems of quads (in addition to en quad used 

for bearing off) or 2J ems of leaders. 

In first columns, where flush headings are used with indentions under them, 
proportionate allowance must be made for those indentions, which will generally 
be indicated by the copy preparer. 

Where "do." is used in reading columns under units of quantity, bear off a 2-em 
leader on right. 

DOLLAR MARK 

To be placed close to figure, and only repeated under cross rules. 

DOUBLE-UP TABLES 

Repeat a center, flush, or subhead, adding "continued," if the matter under it 
breaks. Use an en space only on each side of the parallel rule. 

EN-QUADDED TABLES 

Use en quads in runovers (copy preparers will give instructions when change is 
desired); scabbard will not be allowed. Omit en quads above and below 
dashes, except where rules are used instead of dashes. 



TABULAR WORK 24 

FIGURE COLUMNS (see also Fractions, below) 

Always bear off the longest line of figures at least an en space from rule, where it 
can be done. Where crowded and only a few figures will touch, close up on tlie 
left; if more space be needed, close up on the right. Where necessary to close 
up on the right in one figure column, do the same with the other figure columns. 

Double columns of figures in a single cohunn connected by an en dash, the 
word "to," or similar connecting word, the en dashes or words to be ranged. 
Plus and minus marks, where occurring at left of figures, are to be ranged. 
Range all words occurring in figure columns with figures on right; also capital- 
ize and use a thin period. 

FOOTNOTES AND REFERENCES 

Footnotes to be solid and to have the same abbreviations as are used in the table. 
In a series of short footnotes range the reference marks on the right and the first 
letters of the notes. 

Italic superior letters are to be used for references unless otherwise indicated by 
copy preparer. 

In figure columns footnote references are to be placed at left; but when figure 
columns are treated as reading columns place references at rigiit. 

Use period between an abbreviation and a reference mark: St. Louis, Mo.« 

do.& 

FRACTIONS 

Common fractions will be set against rule unless otherwise indicated. 

Decimals: Copy preparers will indicate when ciphers and points are to be 
omitted. 

Always align decimal points, except in columns containing mixed numbers 
having irregular decimals; that is, w"here one number would have a decimal of 
one figure, the next four figures, and so on, one representing pounds, the next 
dollars, and the next a percentage, etc. 

ITALICS 

Units of quantity, etc., where not in box heads and placed over figure columns 
to be italics, and to be used only at beginning of a new table or at the head of 
a continued page, and to drop down on the figures if there is a colon or dash side 
head; otherwise clear. 

Names of vessels and scientific names of genera and species to be roman unless 
otherwise directed. 

LEADERS 

Unless specially directed otherwise, continue leaders across entire width of 
taljle, except where the last column is a reading column or a 5 or a 7 em date 
column, in which case omit the leaders from that column. Also omit leaders 
in a 5 or a 7 em date column where it is the first column of a table. 

LEADING FROM TOP OR BOTTOM LINES 

Where there is only one reading column, lead from the bottom; if more than 
one, from the top, omitting leaders in the runover line. 

Date columns are not classified as reading columns in connection with leading 
from top line. 

In parallel tables, where the lines are numbered on the outside of each page, 
lead from the top. 

READING COLUMNS (see also Ex commas and periods, p. 28) 

Are always to be borne off an en space from rule. Indention from rule means 
so many ems in addition to the en sj^ace used for bearing off. 

Where the last word in a leader line runs close to the rule, use an en leader if 
space permits; if not, use a thin space, but never use a period excepting where 
a reference mark follows an a,bbreviation. If a 3-em space will go between the 
last word and the leader, thin-space so aj to get in an en leader. 

Numerical expressions will be expressed in figures, even at the beginning of a 

sentence: 241 days from Dec. 1 ; trains 3 times a day. 

Overruns: Unless otherwise indicated, overruns will be 1 em hanging indention. 

Ordinal numbers followed by leaders, also figures having a total in a stub or 
reading column, are to be ranged on rig'ht. 

TABLES IN RULES 

Copy preparers will give instructions concerning box heads, bearing off from 
rule, dashes, leaders, etc., for tables inclosed in rules. 



25 LEADER WORK 



LEADER WORK. 

To have the same style as tables in the foUcjwiug particulars: "Continued " (the 
use of); Hush and subheads; indentions; numerical expressions in reading coluiims; 
ranging words in figure columns and figures in reading columns; units of quantity at 
right in reading columns. 

Width of figure column to b*e an en space more than the longest line of figures; 
bat no column less than 2 ems. 

When the last column is reading matter run leaders close up. 

Names of vessels to be in italics. 

DASHES 

Use parallel dashes in figure columns where necessary to cut off from figures fol- 
lowing. In leaded leader work omit lead above and l^elow dashes. 

DATE COLUMNS 

The same style as in tables, except that a thin period and en space is used to sepa- 
rate from item on the right. 

DOLLAE MARK 

Use only at beginning of each statement and first line of double-up matter or at 
the head of a continued statement. 

FLUSH AND SUB HEADS 

Are not to run into figure columns. 

UNITS OF QUANTITY 

Where a colunm is composed of a quantity of one kind and it is desired to use a 
head, it will be in nonpareil roman centered over the figure column. The 
examples below show the style to be observed where there is a short side head 
to the left (note the lead under nonpareil head in solid matter) : 

Pennsylvania Railroad: Tons. 

Freight carried 221, 000 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad: 

Freight carried — Tons. 

In the month of May. _ 150, 000 

Where there is no side head: 

Tons. 
Freight carried by the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Baltimore and 

Ohio Railroad in the month of May 371, 500 



USE OF FIGURES. 

It is impossible to give definite rules that will govern in all cases as to what should 
go in figures and what should be spelled out. General rules which will serve as a 
guide follow. 

Always spell out figures beginning a sentence, except in tables, ordinal numbers 
at the beginning of paragraphs or sentences in certain cases, and complex numbeis 
beginning questions or answers in testimony. 

Ordinal numbers: 1. The earth is round. (2) "The sun do move.'" But when 
copy indicates "1st," etc., spell: First. The moon is not green cheese. 

In testimony : 

Q. In what year was that?— A. 1876. 

Q. 1876?— A. Yes, sir. 

Q. What was the amount involved?— A. $101.50. 

Q. How much was the sum? — A. Five (or fifteen, or sixty-seven) dollars. 



FIGURES 26 

Amounts or numbers larger than 1,000, if spelled, are expressed thus: One 
thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars (not eighteen hundred and fifty dollars), 
one thousand two hundred tons (not twelve hundred tons). 

Spell out numbers mentioned casually, or by way of illustration, or in connection 
with serious and dignified subjects: 

In nine hundred and ninety-nine cases out of every thousand. 

Millions for defense, but not one cent for tribute. 

The twelve Apostles. 

The three Graces. 

The nine Muses. 

The seven wise men of Greece. 

AGE 

My age is 52 years and 6 months; a boy 6 years old; 3-year-old colt; 3-months- 
old child; wine 8 years old (but a boy about six years old; wane four or five 
j^ears old — where indefinite and isolated, spell out). 

BONDS OR STOCKS 

Gold is 109; Metropolitan Railroad, 109; 5-20 bonds; 10-40 bonds; 7.30 bonds. 
3.65 bonds; 4^- per cent bonds; 3 per cent bonds; 3i percents; 4 percents. 
Where the word "bonds" does not follow the designating expression, spell 
out, as five-twenties, ten-forties, three-sixty-fives, four-and-a-halfs, threes, etc. 

COMPOUNDS (see also Fractions and Money, p. 27) 

Use figures for such compound terms as a |-inch board, a ^-pound w^ eight, a 
25-story building (where the figure does not make two words, and is isolated, 
spell, as a two-story house); a 25-cent piece, a 5-franc piece; a 2-foot rule, 10- 
horsepower engine, 25-candlepower lamp, 16-hundred weight load, etc. 

Spell out such terms as a two-dollar bill, etc., except where the figure makes 
two words, as a $25 suit of clothes. 

DATES 

June 29, A. D. 1882; December 6, 1846; the 1st of January, 1883; June 12; the 
5th instant; the 20tii day of March; the 1st (day) of the month; the last of April 
or the first of May; July 4, 1776, was the great day which gave to the world the 
celebrated Declaration of Independence, and now our Fourth of July is something 
to be remembered by all patriotic Americans; 4th of July claims. 

Spell such expressions as the early seventies, it occurred in the eighties. 
When two consecutive years are intended, set: 1875-76, 1801-2, except 1900-1901; 
whenmore than two consecutive years are intended: 1875-1879, 1895-1904; when 
two or more distinct years are intended: 1894, 1895; 1873, 1876; 1888, 1891,1894. 

DECIMALS (see also Fractions, pp. 24, 27) 

Supply cipher when there is no unit, as 0.25; 20 ounces of silver, 0.900 fine; 
except where referring to caliber of small arms, as .30 caUber, .45-caliber Spring- 
field rifle, distinguishing, however, where used to describe the length of a gun, as a 
6-inch rapid-fire rifle, 50 cahbers. 

DEFINITE ENUMERATIONS 

Use figures for all definite enumerations of weights and measures, and such as 
the following: Tl"iere were 20 males and 25 females, 45 in all; 6 horses, 5 cows, 26 
head of sheep; 25 bulletins, containing 352 pages; but when complicated spell, 
as twenty-five 6-inch guns, five 24-pounders, two if-inch boards, five 5-cent pieces. 
In the latter forms figures should not be used for both expressions. 

When the nature of the matter is not statistical, spell out isolated numbers less 
than 10; also when referred to indefinitely, as between two and three hundred 
horses, thirty or forty pages, forty-odd people, etc. 

DEGREES, ETC. 

Longitude 77° 04'' 06^^ E., latitude 49° 26' 14'^ N.; a polariscopic test of 85°; 
45.5° below zero; an angle of 57°; 4°, 8° (quarto and octavo), f°; 3' 5'^ (3 feet 
5 inches); 25^.5 or 25.5' as written. 

DIMENSIONS 

Use the form 8 by 12 inches; but 8x12 inches or 8X12'' (as indicated in copy) 
may be used in leader work, tables, or "fol." 



27 



FIGURES 



FRACTIONS (see also Compounds and Decimals, p. 26) 

Spell out a common fraction where isolated, as one one-hundredth, two one 
hundred and twenty-sixths; I when marked to be s[)elled, one-fourth; a board 
three-fourths inch thick (using singular form for unit of measurement, etc., 
when less than one). 

Use figures for decimals, as iron 0.625 inch thick; it cost $0.3345 per pound; 
scrap, at 0.75 cent per pound. 

MONEY (see also Compounds, p. 26) 

At $3 per 200 pounds; 75 cents apiece; 2.5 francs per yard; 10.7525 per ounce. 
Spell out when referred to in a general way, as one or two millions, "I would 
not contribute one dollar to such a jjurpose;" but this is not to be construed aa 
meaning round numbers. 

PERCENTAGE 

12 per cent, 25.5 per cent; but one-half of 1 per cent. Never use hyphen in such 
expressions as 12 per cent interest, etc. 

POPULATION 

The population of Chicago is 1,800,000, of whom 250,000 are voters; a hamlet of 
18 persons. But when the nature of the matter is not statistical, spell out num- 
bers under 10; or where referred to indefinitely, as the population is forty or fifty 
thousand; there were thirty-five or forty persons in the town. 

SCRIPTURAL TEXTS 

Genesis xv, 24; II Samuel viii, 9-13; St. Matthew vii, 5. 

SERIAL NUMBERS 

Section 1234, No. 54321; 1536 Ninth street NW.; paragraph 246, page 15, volume 
6 (or Volume VI, as written); clerk of class 4; H. R. 12345, Report No. 4321, 
Document No. 123; Bulletin 46; and all such terms. 

Where spelled out use the form section twelve hundred and thirty-four; but 
where even multiples of one thousand occur, use the word "thousand," as sec- 
tion two thousand and four (not twentj^ hundred and four); paragraph seven 
thousand and sixty-nine. 

Spell out when used as a name, as One hundred and fifty-fifth street. Four-and- 
a-half street, One hundred and ninth Indiana Regiment, Fourth Ward, etc. (See 
also Numbers used as names, p. 14. ) 

SPECIFIC GRAVITY 

Use the period, as 1.100, 0.980. 

SUPERIORS AND INFERIORS 

Use superiors with reference letters, as A^, A^, or «\ «-, etc. Use inferiors in 
chemical formulas, as Al.^Oj, and always close up, using no spaces. 

TIME 

4.30 p. m. (use period to separate hours and minutes) ; 4 o'clock and 30 minutes 
p. m.; half-past 4. In scientific work, 4'^ 30"'; 4'\5 or 4.5'' as indicated. 

Spell out thirty days' notice; he worked fifty years as a journe3'inan; it lasted 
three hours and twenty minutes, etc. 

VOTES, BALLOTS, ETC. 

75 votes; 50 ballots; 300 voters; 167 Democrats; 14 majority. But spell out 
when referred to indefinitely, as twenty or twenty-five votes. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

ACCENTS 

Omit the dieresis in such words as aerate, cooperation, preemption, reexamine, 

zoology, etc. 

Use accents in foreign names and words, unless otherwise directed. 

The following is a partial list of v/ords in common use in which accented lettere 
occur: 



attache 


en arriere 


facj'ade 


rale 


charge d'affaires 


en echelon 


materiel 


regime 


confrere 


en regie 


mel^e 


resume 


coup d'etat 


entree 


n(5e 


rfile 


coup de grace 


entrepot 


proems verbal 


r61e d'equipage 


d6bris 


expos6 


protege 


seiior 



MISCELLANEOUS 28 

CENTER LINES 

Copy preparers will take full responsibility for uniformity in center lines, and 
no changes are to be made without their consent. 

Avoid, where possible, the division of words in center lines making 2 lines only. 
Use an en space between Avords in small-cap and cap lines, and two o-em spaces 
where an extended face is used. 

Cap, small-cap, and cap-and-small-cap center lines are to l)e separated from text 
by a slug one size less than type used for the center line. 

CITATIONS AND CREDITS 

In text, citations and credits are to be sentences and in parentheses where occur- 
ring at end of a sentence, except where page only is given, in which case use 
lower-case letter and place period outside. Credits Avhere centered to be in 
brackets. 

See also various headings under Abbreviations, page 18. 

Note the following forms: (18 [not 18th] Statutes at Large, p. 25; IV [notlVth] 
William and Mary, p. 46; 12(3 [not 126th] United States Reports.) 

DIVISIONS 

Frequent divisions of Avords are undesirable, but do not avoid them entirely at 
the expense of uniform spacing. 

Do not divide compound words except at the compounding hyphen in any but 
extreme cases. 

Divisions at the ends of three adjacent lines will not be passed by readers except 
in extreme cases or in narrow measure. 

Divisions on syllables of two letters should be made but rarely. 

Never divide the last word of a paragraph if it can be avoided; overrun if neces- 
sary. The last line of a paragraph should contain at least a four-letter word. 

Avoid, by overrunning, the use of a dash at the beginning of a line. 

ELLIPSIS, MARKS OF 

In document measure, "line of stars" means 7 asterisks indented 2 ems at each 
end of the line, dividing the remaining space evenly between the asterisks; but 
in case two or more sizes of type are used on a page indent long primer 2 ems, 
brevier 2j ems, and nonpareil 3} ems. 

In other than document measure the copy preparers will indicate the number 
of asterisks and the indention, which latter will be uniform in all cases. If 
3 asterisks are used, separate by an em space; if j)eriods are used instead of 
asterisks, separate by en spaces. 

EN COMMAS AND PERIODS 

Compositors are to get instructions from foreman when to use en commas and 
periods in indexes and reading columns of tables. They are only to be used in 
matter set solid. 

FOOTNOTES 

Italic superior letters will be used for references, unless otherwise indicated. 

Use 2 leads above and below the rule; and two leads to separate from tabular 
matter. 

See also various headings under Abbreviations, page 18; Footnotes and ref- 
erences, page 24. 

FORMS, SHAPES, ETC. 

In illustrating certain forms or shapes, as T rails, etc., use caps of case 239 in 
longr-primer text, case 238 in brevier, and case 237 in nonpareil; but for the 
ex:pression I beam use cap of case 9 in long primer, case 8 in brevier, and case 7 
in nonpareil. Use a roman cap letter for X raj-. 

INDEXES 

In indexes where leaders are used and the page folios overrun, retain onh' the first 
folio number in the leader line; but where necessary to save an overrun, figures 
may be run back to within an em leader of the words. When the folios overrun- 
ning make two or more lines, indent evenly not less than 7 ems on the left in full 
measure and 3^ ems in half measure (but where there are clearances indent 
folios 2 ems more than the matter above or below it) , the folios in excess of even- 
length lines to be worked into the leader line. When the figures extend back 
into the leader line, use an en quad between the leaders and the first figure. 



29 MISCELLANEOUS 

LEADS AND SLUGS 

When extracts, etc., are set in smaller type, separate ?)y using two leads in solid 
matter and three leads in leaded matter. Where, however, solid extracts occur 
in leaded matter, use two leads only. Before signatures and under date lines in 
leaded matter use one lead only. 
Where slugs are called for specially, use a slug of same Body as type. 

PLURALS 

Use the following form: 2 pairs of shoes (not 2 pair of shoes), etc. 

POSSESSIVES, AND APOSTROPHE 

Names ending in "s" add apostrophe and "s," as Jones's. Anderson & Co.'s 

warehouse. 

Do not use the possessive form in such expressions as day labor, quartermaster 

stores. State prison, States rights (referring to the principle). 

Use the singular form for such expressions as printer's ink, 125 miner's inches. 

PUNCTUATION 

Observe the following examples of punctuation: 

George G. Greene, being sworn and examined, on oath deposes and says: 

Isaac Fuller, sworn, and testified as follows: 

P. L. Rodier, sworn and examined. 

Colonel Seventh Cavalry. 

Captain, Seventh Cavalry. 

Respectfully, yours, 

Yours, respectfully. 

Calendar No., 25. 

Congressional, No. 25. 

Congressional case No. 25. 

Record, case No. 384. 

Term No., 625. 

Indian Depredations, No. 25. 

Indian depredation case No. 625. 

French Spoliations, No. 18. 

French spoliation case No. 325. 

first session Fifty-third Congress. 

Col. (now Brig. Gen.) Peter C. Hains. 

Painters' Union No. 1. 

New York Painters' Union, No. 1. 

Latitude, 40° 19^ 12^^ north; longitude, 30° 08^ 14'^ west. 

In latitude 40° 19^ 12^^ north, longitude 30° 08^ 14^^ west. 

Have you any interest in this case? If so, what? 

Have you any interest in this case? If so, state what. 

Have you any interest in this case; and if so, Avhat? 

Have you any interest in this case? And if so, state what. 

5 feet 6 inches; 2 pounds 6 ounces; 12 chains 4 I'ods 6 links; but where " and " 
is used, 3 miles, 4 chains, and 6 links. 

QUOTATION MARKS (see also Titles of books, etc., p. 15) 

Titles of articles in books, magazines, and newspapers where referred to in text 
to be quoted, and capitalize first word only, unless a proper wcjrd; place all points, 
and 3 stars when used at end of quoted matter, inside the quotation marks, except 
in "fol. lit." 

Range Avords in poetry (according to indention), allowing quotation marks to 
clear. 

REFERENCES 

AVhere letters are used for references in explaining diagrams, figure?, etc., use 
italics for lower-case references and roman for caps, not quotad: The bolt a; 
a pinion, B; angle ah; line CD; points o, h, c. 

SIDE AND CUT-IN NOTES 

Are to be treated the same as text paragraphs; that is, first line indented 1 em 
and the others flush. 

Allow 12 ems for cut-in notes unless otherwise instructed, and bear off at least 
an em blank of the body of the note above and below, and an em space on the 
inside. 



MISCELLANEOUS 30 

SPACING 

The spacing of matter must be governed by the leading. 

Solid matter should be spaced with 3-em spaces, and when about to divide a word 
prefer to take in. 

Leaded matter should also be spaced with 3-em spaces, but when about to divide 
a word prefer to drive over. 

In double-leaded matter en quads should be used and divisions driven over. 

Avoid, if possible, the very thin or very wide spacing of the first line of a 
paragraph. 

All lines of composition must be justified so tightly that they will stand unsup- 
ported in the stick. 

Observe in spacing the various formations of letters. There should be less space 
between final "y" and initial "w," for instance, than between final "d" and 
initial "h;" less between final "o" and initial "c" than between final "f" 
and initial "b." When a little extra spacing is necessary, never place it between 
a comma and the first letter of succeeding word. The spacing between capital 
letters in headings should also be governed by letter formation. 

Do not do all the spacing at either the right or left of the line, but distribute.it 
in conformity with the foregoing suggestion. The appearance of a page as a 
whole depends very much upon the care shown in spacing. 

Always keep together, at the beginning or end of a line, such abbreviations as 
U. S. N. ; D. C. ; N. Y. ; N. J. ; M. D., etc. The contractions esq., sr., and jr. should 
always be in the same line with the name they follow. 

In tables of contents, etc., where the word chapter, figure, or plate is used in 
the first line before numerals in column ("chapter," etc., being cleared in fol- 
lowing lines) , put an en space between the word and numeral in the first line 
and range the periods after the numerals, 

Enacting and resolving clauses: In document measure space the first line so as 
to conform to the following examples: 

Be it enacted hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United 

Resolved hy the Senate and House of Rej)resentatives of the United 

Be it enacted hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America 
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America 

In law measure, space as follows: 

Re it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives 
of the United States of America in Congress assembled^ Tliat 

Resolved hy the Senate and House of Representatives of 
the United States of America in Congress assembled^ That 



ADDRESSES, SIGNATURES, AND DATE LINES. 

[See also Follow— Fol. lit., p. 3:3.] 

Capitalize the principal words in address and signature lines. 

Abbreviations may be used when necessary to the good appearance of a line. 

Spacing: Use en quads between caps and small caps, except after points use a 3-em 
space. 

Omit leads where space is clear between date line and address, signature and text, 
or signature and address. 

Where end of line is 3 ems or more from dash, omit slug; lietween 1 and 3 ems, 
use 2 leads; within 1 em or less, use slug. < 

Esq., jr., and sr. : In text, all lower-case; in a cap-and-small-cap address or signa- 
ture, Esq., Jr., Sr. ; where address or signature is all caps, Esq., Jr., Sr. 



31 ADDRESSES, ETC. 

ADDRESSES. 

The name of a person, a firm, or the title of an official in an a<ldref-s to 1)6 at left 
of page, in caps and small caps, the title or direction following in italics (except 
"U. S. Army" or "U. S. Navy" immediately following in same line will Ik- roman). 
Set first line flush where at beginning of a letter or paper; indent 1 em W'here placed 
at end. Copy preparers will indicate place of address. 

A general address to be all italics. 

The examples following show some of the forms to be observed: 

[Where italic line la longer than name line indent italic line 2 ems more than name line. Ordi- 
narily where both lines are about same length or the italic line is the shorter, place the italic 
line so that its center will be at the end of the name line. Where address does not make 
over half a line, and does not touch on date or signature, it can be run in in one line. Com- 
positors will have to use their judgment as to this.] 

Brig. Gen. G. L. Gillespie, U. S. Army, 

Chief of Engineers. 

Brig. Gen. G. L. Gillespie, 

Chief of Engineers, U. K Army. 

nThe Chief op Engineers. 

D D D (Through the Division Engineer. ) 

Brig. Gen. Thomas L. Casey, 

nn Chief of Engineers, U. S. Armij, Washington, D. C. 

To Smith & Jones, and 
Brown & Green, 

Attorneys for Claimant. 

nThe honorable the Secretary of War. 

To collectors of customs and internal revenue: 

[Where a caption makes more than a half line, set in 2 lines:] 

State of New York, 

County of New York, ss: 

[Note punctuation in these two forms:] 

Hon. Alexander McDowell, 

House of Representatives. 
D Dear Mr. Clerk : I have the honor, etc. 

Lieut. (Junior Grade) John Smith, 

Navy Department: 

nThe care shown by you, etc. 

SIGISTATURES. 

Signatures to be at right of page (except witnesses to a signature, which will be at 
left, as shown in example) in caps and small caps, indented 1, 3, and 5 ems, accord- 
ing to the number of lines, title or direction following to be as in addresses. Make 
2 lines where signature and title or direction together make more than half a line. 

Mr., Mrs., or any title preceding a signature set in caps to be caps and small caps. 

The following examples show some of the peculiarities: 

[Where signature does not make more than half a line, and the line of text above is blank:] 
D D D Very respectfully, John F. Mackey, Teacher, n 

[Line of text above is blank, and address follows signature:] 

D D D Respectfully, James Staley, D D D 

Superintendent. D 
pThe Secretary of the Interior. 



ADDRESSES, ETC. 32 

[Never run in with paragraph:] 
D Respectfully submitted. 

[Where line of text reaches to or past signature:] 
n D n Very respectfully, 



L. A. Wright, n D □ 
United States Indian Agent. D 



A. F. Caldwell, D D D 
United States Indian Agent. D 



[Where a person signs for a corporation, etc. Same style to be used where one person signs for 
another. Do not use lead to separate in this case.] 

United States Improvement Company, D 
By John Smith, Secretary. 

William L. Penfield, D D D 
Solicitor, D 
By Frederick Van Dyne, 

Assistant Solicitor. D 

John Smith. D D D 
(For the Governor of Pennsylvania. ) D 

[Where signature touches matter above it, use a lead to separate:] 
n D D I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

S. P. Lanc^ley, Secretary. D 

[" Signed" will be indented 3 ems from left, except where another 3-em indention interferes. 
Note the two cases following:] 

D D D (Signed) John S. Henderson, D D D 

Jno. a. Caldwell, 
Committee on the part of the House of Bejjr^sentatives. D 

[Observe lead.] Wm. F. Vilas, 

James McMillan, 
Committee on the part of the Semde. D 

D D nl am, very respectfully, yours, etc., 

(Signed) D D D John Randolph, D D D 
Assistant Clerk Court of Claims. D 

[The word [seal.] is indented one em from margin; when at right and there is more than one 
signature, place one em between it and signature.] 

n[sEAL.] Richard Roe. D 

J. M. Wilbur. [seal. ] n 

Bartlett, Robins & Co. D [seal.] D 
[Note style as to witnesses:] 

n In presence of — 
D D n A. B. Brown. 
John Doe. 

[Papers signed by an official, showing approval:] 
nBy the governor: 

n Approved. 



Nathaniel Cox, Secretary of State. D 
John Smith, Governor. O 



"^1 



[In Statutes at Large, at end of proclamations, etc.:] 

nBy the President: 
n D D John W. Foster, 

Secretary of State. 

DATE LrXES. 



A date at beginning of letter or paper is to be placed at right of page, indented 
1, 3, and 5 ems, according to the number of lines. 

Copy preparers will indicate as nearly as they can how they are to be broken, and 
caps, small caps, and italics. 



33 ADDRESSES, ETC. 

Where at end of letter or paper, to be placed at left of page, using caps, small caps, 
and italics if below signature and all roman if above signature. 

Treasury Department, D D D D D 
Office of Auditor for the State and other Departments, D D D 

Washington, D. C, May 4, 190-3. D 

Office op John Smith & Co.,D D D 
S6 Bill Street, Neio York, N. Y., June 6, 1903. U 

Washington, May 20, 1897 — 10 a. m. U 

Washington, December 20, 1897. D D D 
(Received January 6, 1S98. ) n 

FOLLOW— FOL. LIT. 

Copy marked "fol." means to follow figures, italics, abljreviations, idiomatic 
words and expressions, and &c. or etc., but not capitalization or punctuation. Any- 
thing else to be followed will be indicated on the copy or written instructions 
furnished. All orthography in "fol." matter is good that has the sanction of any 
dictionary. 

Copy marked "fol. lit." means to follow abbreviations, accents, capitalization, 
figures, italics, paragraphs, punctuation, signs, spelling, syntax, and compounding 
of words. 

USE-OF ITALICS. 

Names of vessels should be set in italic, except in tables and footnotes to same, 
indexes, lists set in columns, and Supreme Court work. 

The words "see," "see also," etc., to be in italic in indexes onl3^ 

Italics will not be followed in general work, either for foreign words or to denote 
emphasis, unless special instructions to that effect are given. 

Scientific names of genera and species are to be in italics; names of classes, orders, 
families, etc., in roman. 

GENERAL TESTIMONY. 

[See also Punctuation, p. 29.] 

Contract the first Q. and A., as well as the following ones. 

Make one paragraph of question and answer, connecting the question and its answer 
by an em dash; but where there is a choke, use 2-em dash only: 

Q. Did you see A, No, sir. 

AVhere the answer is not introduced by the regular "A.," "Ans.," or "Answer," 
or where the name or title of a participant is used, make a new paragraph. 
The following examples illustrate the use of brackets, colons, and parentheses: 

The Chairman (to Mr. Smith). 
Mr. Kelley (to the chairman). 
The Witness. He did it that way [indicating]. 

Q. (By Mr. Smith.) Do you know these men [handing witness a list]? 

(Objected to.) 

A. (After examining list. ) Yes; I do. 

Q. (Continuing.) — A. (Reads:) 
Question (continuing). — Answer (reads): 
A. (Interrupting.) 
Answer (interrupting). 
(Counsel objects to its admission. ) 
n n nBy the Commissioner: 

Observe punctuation in the following paragraph: - 

The defendant, George Brown, stated to the court, etc. 

M S— 03 3 



COURT STYLE 34 



COTJET STYLE. 

COURT or CLAIMS OPINIONS, BRIEFS, ASTB DECISIONS. 

Copy preparers are instructed to simplify style as much as possible, and give pref- 
erence to copy generally in the use of abbreviations, figures, and other important 
matters. Therefore compositors and jiroof readers will carefully observe prepara- 
tion, and where none is indicated will follow copy. 

The following examples and directions will, however, be observed: 

"United States" to be used in the plural number. 

Spell out "Question" and "Answer" and make separate paragraphs. "When 
questions are numbered, the number to precede the question: 30. Question. 

The Legal Tender cases. 

In Clarke's case the court say. 

In the case of Clarke. 

In Roe V. Doe the court ruled. 

The United States v. 1£ Diamond Rings. 

The United States v. Forty Hogsheads of Tobacco. 

(Ex parte Eobinson, 19 Wall., 304.) 

Bowman Act (22 Stat. L., ch. 4, § [or sec] 4, p. 50). 

Act 5th August, 1882 (Supp. Rev. Stat., 284; Stat. L., 28). 

Make sentences of single citations occurring at conclusion of sentences or para- 
graphs, except "p." or "pp.," which will be close up and period outside of paren- 
thesis. Where citations follow clauses, the final citation, if occurring at the end of 
the sentence, will necessarily be closed up. In citations of single lines, use period 
at end of each line. Where run in, use semicolons. 

Observe style of the following: The said paper was marked "Defendant's Exhibit 
No. 4." The defendant's Exhibit No. 4 was thereupon placed on file. (See also 
Punctuation p. 29. ) 

SUPREME COURT RECORDS. 

[See also Follow— Fol. lit., p. 33.] 

Make paragraphs of answers in Q. and A. matter. 

The folio number is to appear in the same line as the first word of the folio, flush, 
and in a cut-in 3 ems square, except where there is white space above or below; 
indentions for paragraphs, etc., to be in addition to the 3-em cut-in. 

Excepting italics (which stand for errors only), capitalization, and punctuation, 
follow copy literally when it is manuscript. In typewritten records manifest errors 
of the typewriter are to be corrected, such, for instance, as where a letter has been 
struck over another or where a space in a word shows that a letter was intended to 
appear but was not struck hard enough to make an impression; but if a good word is 
used in the wrong place — as, " in " for ' ' on, " " boot ' ' for ' ' boat, ' ' etc. — do not change 
or use italics. Words having the sanction of any dictionary are considered good. 

Use italic letters to indicate errors in orthography, except in names of persons and 
firms and geographic names, words in foreign languages that are not law terms, and 
errors in syntax. Errors in words set in italics will be indicated by roman letters. 

Doublets will be indicated by italicizing the repeated portion. 

Names of vessels to be set in roman, quoted. 

Use apostrophe to indicate the omission of one or more letters in a word; but in 
well-established abbreviations omit apostrophe and use period. 

Use a 3-em quad to indicate the omission of one or more words. 

Capitalize the word "The" only in such cases as the following: the said The B. & 
0. R. R. Co. ; The Sun v. The Globe; The City of Washington v. The B. & O. R. R. Co. ; 
the defendant The Davies County Bank. 



35 BILL STYLE 



BILL STYLE. 

Unless special directions are given — sometimes necessary in particular cases — the 
following rules govern the printing of bills: 

TYPE 

Bills are always set in English type, full-slugged. 

A new bill is always all roman, italic being used only for the enacting clause 

and the word ' ' Provided. ' ' 

SIDE FOLIOS 

The direction "Allow for two figures" means that TWO 1-EM quads (not one 
2-em quad) are to be used in allowing for side folios at left of text. "Allow for 
three figures" means indent two 1-em quads and one en quad. 

Always supply the word "That" immediately following the section number 
(except when quoting sections of Eevised Statutes) and after the word "Pro- 
vided'' of a i^roviso. 

ENGROSSED AND ENROLLED BILLS 

A bill is said to he engrossed when it has passed one House 'of Congress; to be 
enrolled when final action has been taken in both Houses. 

Follow literally in engrossed and enrolled bills. This applies to the title of the 
bill on the filing or indorsement as well as to the text, but not to the caption of 
engrossed amendments. Read twice, fol. lit. 

HEADS AND INDORSEMENTS 

The "indorsement" on a bill is the form printed on the back for convenience of 
reference when folded. "Bill style" prevails on indorsements. As a bill pro- 
gresses new "actions" appear, which should be set in the same style as the 
"actions" that precede. (See examples of the heading and indorsement of a 
new bill in each House given on pp. 37, 38. ) 

The name of the introducer of a bill or resolution is carried under the title in 
the indorsement, in long primer caps and small caps, between parallel rules, in 
both Houses, through each printing until bill or resolution passes one House. 
When the title of a bill on the indorsement makes more than two lines, indent 
the runovers IJ ems; center the title when it makes but one or two lines. On 
the face of the bill where a title makes more than one line, set the first line to 
full measure, centering the runover if there be two lines in the title; if more 
than tw^o lines, indent the runovers 2 ems. 

Titles for House bills are taken from the indorsement of copy; for Senate bills 
from the face of copy. When in doubt, consult with the foreman. 

Preambles are set full measure, the first line of each ' ' whereas ' ' being flush and 
the runovers indented 2 ems. Where an agreement or treaty is part of a pream- 
ble, follow literally, indenting the paragraphs 4 ems and runovers 2 ems, full 
measure. 
Titles and preambles following the head of a bill ai'e always half-slugged. 

Set " [Calendar No., — " on both face and indorsement of bills which have reached 
the Senate Calendar, in each case at the upper right-hand corner. 

Set "Report No." on both face and indorsement of reported bills in both 
Houses, centering under the number of the bill. 

[It is impracticable to give illustrations of the minutiae of headings and indorse- 
ments of bills in all their stages. Samples and information can always be had 
upon inquiry at the foreman's desk. Compositors and others must familiarize 
themselves Avith the forms called for by the clerks' notes on copy.] 

AMENDMENTS 

"Line type" and italic are used only to show amendments. When it is pro- 
posed to strike out certain portions in a bill that is "reported with amendments," 
such portions will be set in "line type," and matter proposed to be inserted will 
be set in italics. 

When it is proposed to strike out and insert, always let the italics follow the 
line type. 

Do not complicate amendments. When one amendment can be made to cover 
the sense, as in the complete changing of a sum of money, so set it, rather than 
divide into two or more short amendments. 



BILL STYLE 36 

AMENDMENTS— Continued. 

Do not use "line type" or italics to show amendments in the title of a bill; hut 
allow the original title to stand in its jilace, and put the proposed title with the 
introductory words "Amend the title so as to read:" at the end of the bill in a 
half-slugged paragraph, all roman. Example: 

Amend the title so as to read: "A bill granting an increase of pension to John Smith." 

Do not put a part of a word in italics or "line type." At times the copy will 
indicate a letter only added to or taken from a word, or an amount like ' ' twenty- 
five" will be changed to "twenty" by striking out the "five." In such cases 
use "line type" for the original word and put the proposed word in italics. 

Proposed Senate amendments are printed in bill form, all roman. 

When it is proposed in the Senate to make several short amendments, the caption 
should read as follows: 

AMENDMENTS 

Intended to be proposed by Mr. Hoar to the bill (H. R. 4864) to reduce taxation, to provide 
revenue for the Government, and for other purposes, viz: 

1 In line 24, page 19, strike out the words "per centum ad valorem " and insert the words 

2 " cents per pound; " in line 16, page 26, strike out the word " shall; " and in line 12, page 34, 

3 after the word " and," insert the word " any." 

When a proposed amendment in the Senate is expressed by one or more full 
paragraphs, the caption should read : 

AMENDMENT 

Intended to be proposed by Mr. Gorman to the bill (H. R. 2476) entitled "An Act to establish a 
tish-hatching station at Port Tobacco, Maryland," viz: After the word " Maryland," in line 
14, section 2, insert the following: 

1 To enable the United States Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries to carry out the provisions 

2 of this Act there is hereby appropriated the sum of seventy-five thousand" dollars. 

REPORTED BILLS 

Observe the difference in form of action taken on Senate and House bills reported 
with amendments: 

House. — • 

December 12, 1897. 

Reported with amendments, committed to Committee of tlie AVhole House, and ordered to be 

printed. 

[Omit the part struck through and insert the jiart printed in italics.] 

Senate. — 

December 13, 1897. 

Reported by Mr. Harris, with an amendment. 

[Omit the part struck through and insert the part printed in italics.] 

[The wording varies with the necessities of the case, but the style remains the 
same.] 

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 

Spell out everjfthing, except "Mr.," "Mrs.," and classification of vessels, as 
"Al." 

Make the contractions " &c." and "etc." read "and so forth," and " viz" read 
"namely." 

When, in the use of figures, the comma is used in ordinarj^ work to show nota- 
tion, in bills thoasands and hundreds are spelled; as, for 1,750, make it "one 
thousand seven hundred and fifty." 

In serial numbers, or where the comma is not used in general work, spell by 
hundreds all numbers less than 10000; as, for 2742, make it "twenty-seven 
hundred and forty-two;" but in serial numbers where even multiples of one 
thousand occur, use the word " thousand," as "section two thousand and four," 
"paragraph seven thousand and sixty-nine" (not "twenty hundred and four" 
or ' ' seventy hundred and sixty-nine " ) . 

Years and dates are expressed thus: June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and 
ninety-three. 

When the expression usually indicated by "No." occurs, use the word "num- 
bered." Observe, in this connection, the capitalization for kindred expressions: 
House Executive Document Numbered One hundred and twenty-six. 



37 BILL STYLE 

GENEEAL INSTRUCTIONS— Continued. 

References to the Revised Statutes, Statutes at Large, court reports, etc., are 
expressed thus: Revised Statutes, page two hundred and forty-two; Twelfth Stat- 
utes, page eleven hundred and sixteen; Tenth Court of Claims Reports, page ten. 
Capitalize the word "act" wherever it occurs as a synonym for "bill" or "law." 
The indorsement on a printed bill must always fall on an even page. 
Seven lines of text may be worked in with the indorsement. 

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR ENROLLED BILLS 
Set in quarto measure, paragraphs indented 2 ems. 

Lead with 3-to-pica leads. When center heads occur use a full pica slug above 
and below. 

Set entirely in roman type, except the enacting clause and "Provided," which 
go in italic. 

Avoid divisions of words and space evenly. Two-letter divisions must not be 
made. 

Place the bill number (using the forms " S. 146," "H. R. 4864") in 14-point 
Woodward, at the upper left-hand corner. 

headijStg of house bill. 

-[Cast.] — , ^[Cast.; 



58th congress, U R QQAa 

1st Session. '' ' '^' ^O^'-'' 



[English caps— cast.] 
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

[Long primer type.] 
November 18, 1903. 

Mr. Fowler, of New Jersey, (by request) introduced the following bill; which was 
referred to the Committee on Claims and ordered to be printed. 



, [Cast.] , 

A BILL 

[Englisli type.] 
For the relief of George Washington Watkins. 

[Slug.] 

Be it enacted, etc. , That 

HEADING OE SEISTATE BILL. 

, -[Cast.] > [Cast.! 

58th congress, ^ ^ 



1st Session. 



S. 4973. 



[English caps — cast.] 
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES. 

[Long primer type.] 
November 17, 1903. 

Mr. FoRAKER introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to 

the Committee on Pensions. 



-[Cast.] 



A BILL 



[English type.] 
Granting an increase of pension to the survivors of the Mexican war. 

[Slug.] 

Be it enacted, etc., That 



BILL STYLE 38 

nSTDORSBMElSrTS. 

House. Senate. 

58th congress, | ^ ^ q^^q 58th CONGRESS, \ ^ ^^^^ 

1st Session. J 1st Session. j 



A BILL A BILL 

For the relief of George Washington Granting an increase of pension to the 

Watkins. survivors of the Mexican war. 



By Mr. Fowlee, of New Jersey. By Mr. Foeakee. 



NovEMBEE 18, 1903.— Referred to the Commit- Novembee 17, 1903.— Read twice and referred 

tee on Claims and ordered to be printed. to the Commiittee on Pensions. 



JOURNAL STYLE. 

The Journals are set in brevier, solid. Record measure, and as a rule Record style 
prevails. 

Use contractions for States and Territories (see States and Teeritoeies, pp. 20, 21) 
after names of forts, barracks, arsenals, navy-yards, naval stations, post-offices, 
counties, military or Indian reservations, and Indian agencies. 

Omit comma between name of Senator or Representative and State, thus : Mr. Jones 
of Arkansas. 

Use one lead only on either side of small-cap heads. 

HOUSE. 
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1903 

A message from the Senate, by Mr. Bennett, its Secretary, announced that the 
Senate had passed a bill entitled: 

S. 2905. An act for the relief of John M. Smith. 

It also a.nnounced that the Senate had passed bills of the following titles, in which 
the concurrence of the House w.as requested: 

S. 2000. An act for the relief of James Robinson; and 

S. 2001. An act granting a pension to Sam Jones. 

It further announced that the Senate had passed, without amendment, the bill 
(H. R. 10241) to amend "An act making appropriations for rivers and harbors, and 
for other purposes," approved July 4, 1894. 

The committees were called foj" reports; 

When, 

Bills were reported, the reports thereon ordered to be printed, and referred to the 
Calendars as follows: 

By Mr. Black of Illinois, from the Committee on Military Affairs, the bill (S. 527) 
entitled an act to construct a road to the national cemetery at Dover, Tenn. — to the 
Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union. 

The amendments recommended by the Committee of the Whole Avere then agreed 
to; and as amended the bill was ordered to be engrossed, was read a third time, and 
passed. 

The Speaker laid before the House the bill entitled: 

S. 1262. An act for the relief of Paul McCormick; 

Which was referred to the Committee on Claims. 

By unanimous consent leave was granted Mr. Jones to file the views of the 
minoritJ^ 



39 JOURNAL STYLE 

The Speaker pro tempore laid before the House the bill — with amendments of the 
Senate thereto— entitled : 

H. R. 3458. An act extending the time for final proof on land claims under the 
public land laws. 

On motion of Mr. Sweet, the amendments were concurred in. 

Mr. Pearson, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, reported that the committee 
had examined and found truly enrolled bills of the following titles; which were 
thereupon signed by the Speaker, to wit: 

H. R. 868. An act for the relief of John Smith; 

S. 1896. An act for the relief of Mrs. Lucinda Brown; and 

H. R. 3858. An act to pension John Jones. 

By Mr. Holman: 

Whereas it appears by an act passed June 4, 1894, the sum of $10,000 was appro- 
priated to enable the Secretary of War, etc. ; and 

Whereas it is alleged that trouble exists, etc. ; 

Resolved, That the Committee on Military Affairs be authorized to settle the diffi- 
culty— 
to the Committee on Military Affairs. 

The Committee on Indian Affairs was called; 

When, 

On motion of Mr. Lynch (on behalf of said committee), the House resolved itself 
into the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union for the considera- 
tion of the bill (H. R. 6557) providing for opening the Uintah Indian Reservation in 
Utah; and after some time spent therein, the Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. 
Dockery reported that the committee having had under consideration the said bill 
(H. R. 6557) had come to no resolution thereon; 

When the morning hour expired. 

The question being on agreeing to the second resolution, to wit: 

Resolved, That John J. O'Neill was not legally elected and is not entitled to a seat 
in this House; 

And being put, 

Will the House agree thereto? 

rYeas 23 

It was decided in the negative, ^ Nays 165 

{_ Not answering 168 

After further debate, 

The Speaker appointed Messrs. Bailey and Ray of New York tellers. 

The question being put. 

Shall the bill be engrossed and read a third time? 

The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present, 

Yeas 123 

Nays 55 

Answering present 1 

Not answering 172 

Reported by tellers as present and not answering 5 

The Speaker laid before the House the following joint resolution of the Senate: 

S. R. 91. A joint resolution providing for printing a digest of the laws relating to 
compensation of officials in United States courts; 

Which was referred to the Committee on Printing. 

Mr. Allen suggested that the House should take a recess, under Rule 26. 

And then, in pursuance of Rule 26, the House took a recess until 8 p. m. 

A message from the President of the United States, by Mr. Crook, one of his sec- 
retaries, announced that the President had approved and signed bills and a joint 
resolution of the following titles: 

On June 29, 1894: 

H. R. 4701. An act to incorporate the Supreme Lodge of the Knights of Pythias; 
and 

H. R. 274. An act to authorize the city of Hyattsville, Md., to construct a wagon 
bridge. 



There appeared, 



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On July 6, 1894: 

H. J. Ees. 196. Joint resolution to provide temporarily for the expenditures of the 
Government. 

The committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses to the bill 
(H. E. 6518) making appropriations for rivers and harbors do recommend to their 
respective Houses as follows: 

That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate 
numbered 27, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: Strike out all 
the matter preceding and insert on page 77, after line 7, the following as a new item: 

Baltimore Harbor, Maryland: To widen the ship channel to one thousand feet, one 
thousand nine hundred and sixty-nine dollars and fifty-one cents. 

And the Senate agree to the same. 

That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate 
numbered 20, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: Strike out 
"eight hundred dollars" and insert in lieu thereof the following: three hundred and 
fifty dollars; and the Senate agree to the same. 

Amend section 2 to read as follows: 

Sec. 2. For an exhibit by the Government of the United States at the Cotton States Inter- 
national Exposition to be held at Atlanta, Georgia, in the year eigldeen hundred and ninety- 
€ve, one hundred thousand dollars. 

And the House agree to the same. 

Leave of absence was granted to Mr. Cobb of Alabama and Mr. Black of Illinois, 
indefinitely; to Mr. Pigott, for two days; to Mr. Bartlett, until Saturday next; to 
Mr. Benner of Ohio, for one week; and to Mr. Lacey, for four days. 

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS. 

Under clause 2 of Eule 13, bills and resolutions of the following titles were sever- 
ally reported from committees, delivered to the Clerk, and referred to the Calendars 

therein named as follows: 

****** ->;• 

CHANGE OF REFERENCE. 

Under clause 2 of Rule 22, committees were discharged from the consideration of 
bills of the following titles; Avhich were thereupon referred as follows: 

****** ■::■ 

PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED. 

Under clause 1 of Rule 22, private bills and resolutions of the following titles were 

introduced and severally referi'ed as follows: 

* * * * * * * 

PUBLIC BILLS, RESOLUTIONS, AND MEMORIALS INTRODUCED. 
******* 

By Mr. Cooper of Ohio, from the Committee on Pensions: The bill (H. R. 23) to 
pension John Jones. (Report No. 10. ) 

[When tM'o or more bills are reported, make paragraphs of each.] 

PUNCTUATION POINTS. 

A.S amended, said bill was passed. 

The said bill as amended was read the third time, 
reported the resolution (No. 550); which was considered by unanimous consent and 
agreed to. 

said bill was, by unanimous consent, considered. 

; w^hich was read the first and second times by unanimous consent and considered 
as in Committee of the Whole; and no amendment being made, it was reported to 
the House. 
; which was by unanimous consent considered and read twice. 

So, two-thirds voting in favor thereof, said bill was passed. 



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By Mr. Smith of Illinois: A resolution (No. 29) to provide revenue, etc. — to the 
Committee on Ways and Means. 

By Mr. Hicks: A concurrent resolution (No. 10) to recognize CuVjan independence — 
to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. 

By Mr. Moon: A joint resolution (H. J. Res. 14) to recognize Creece — to the Com- 
mittee on Foreign Affairs. 

[Note. — In Senate Journal a semicolon {;) is used before the reference, iiistjad of a dash,] 

A joint resolution (H. J. Res. 16). In Senate: H. R. 16. 

A resolution (H. Res. 16). 

A concurrent resolution (H. C. Res. 16). 

And then, 

Onmotionof Mr. Grosvenor, at5o' clock and 20 minutes p. m., the House adjourned. 

SENATE. 

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE. 

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Browning, its chief clerk: 
Mr. President: The House of Representatives has disagreed to the amendments of 
the Senate to the bill (H. R. 6913) making appropriations for the current expenses 
of the Indian Department. It asks a conference with the Senate thereon, and ha.s 
appointed Mr. Holman, Mi-. Allen, and Mr. AVilson of Washington managers at the 
same on its part. 

ENROLLED BILLS SIGNED. 

Mr. Caffery reported from the committee that they had examined and fomid duly 
enrolled the following bill: 

H. R. 2350. An act making appropriations for the Military Academy; 

Whereupon, 

The President pro tempore signed the same, and it was delivered to the committee 
to be presented to the President of the United States. 

The Senate proceeded, by unanimous consent, to consider the said bill as in Com- 
mittee of the Whole; and no amendment being made, it was rej^orted to the Senate. 

Ordered, That it pass to a third reading. 

The said bill was read the third time. 

Resolved, That it pass, and that the title thereof be as aforesaid. 

The Senate proceeded to consider, as in Committee of the Wniole, the bill (S. 1296) 
for the relief of Andrew Gray; and 

On motion by Mr. White, and by unanimous consent. 

Ordered, That it be postponed indefinitely. 

S. Res. 12; S. R. 12; S. C. Res. 12. 

Mr. Allison called for a division of the question; and 

On the question to recede from the amendment No. 87, viz: Insert as an additional 
paragraph the following: 

109. Iron ore, forty cents p«' ton, 

fYeas ^ 

It was determined in the negative,-< ^-t " t 

° '(Nays... 5 

Mr. Vest: A petition of citizens of Missouri in favor of woman suffrage. 
Mr. Hoar (on behalf of Mr. Lodge) : A petition of citizens of Massachusetts, remon- 
strating against any further extension of the civil-service rules. 
To amend Rule VIII of the Standing Rules of the Senate. 

On motion by Mr. Hill, 
The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the Senators present, 
Those who voted in the affirmative are, 
Messrs. Allen, Hill, Irby. 
Those who voted in the negative are, 
Messrs. Jones of Arkansas, Jones of Nevada, Mitchell of Wisconsin. 



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The question being on the motion of Mr. Hill that the Senate recede from its 
amendment No. 87, 

Pending debate, 

Mr. Jones of Arkansas raised a question as to the presence of a quorum; 

Whereupon, 

The Presiding Officer (Mr. Piatt of Connecticut in the chair) directed the roll to 
be called ; 

When, 

Fifty-nine Senators answered to their names. 

A quorum being present, 

KXECUTIVE SESSION. 

On motion by Mr. Jones of Arkansas, 
The Senate proceeded to the consideration of executive business; | and 
After the consideration of executive business the doors were | reopened; 
When, 

On motion by Mr. Gorman, at 3 o'clock and 40 minutes p. m.. 
The Senate adjourned. 



USEFUL INFORMATIOISr, 



VOCABULARY OF DOUBLE WORDS. 



Prefixes are in bold-faced type. When a suffix is preceded by a hyphen use the hyphen ; if not, then 
make one word. 

"The rest take the hyphen," "the rest one word," etc., mean all others of the class found in 
Webster's International Dictionary, from which this list was made up and to which has been added 
a few office decisions. 

Double words not found in this vocabulary or in the International Dictionary will be separated by 
a space unless instructions be given otherwise. 

Preferred spellings are not indicated . 

The abbreviation (a.), for adjective; (adv.), for adverb; (n.), for noun, or (v.), for verb, after a 
word restricts the use of the word to the part of speech indicated. 

Obsolete words are not given. 

Plurals are omitted; as, acre-foot (acre-feet), foot-pound (foot-pounds). 



a-a. 

aard-vark, -wolf. 

able; compound all double words. 

about-sledge. 

aboveboard, deck, said; the rest take the hy- 
phen. 

Abraham-man. 

absent; compound all double words. 

acorn-shell. 

acre-foot. 

actlno-chemistry; the rest one word. 

acute-angled. 

adderbolt, wort. 

adder's-meat, -mouth, -spear, -tongue. 

addle-brain, -brained, -head, -headed, -pate, 
-pated, -patedness. 

adjutant-general. 

aestho-physiology. 

after (when meaning a time to come make two 
words; other words not given take the hyphen) 
birth, brain, cast, clap, crop, eye, game, glow, 
grass, growth, guard, math, most, noon, pains, 
piece, shaft, taste, thought, wise. 

aftmost. 

agal-agal, wood. 

agar-agar. 

ahorseback. 

ald-de-camp, -major. 

ail weed. 

air-tight; adjectives take hyphen. 

aitchbone. 

albertype. 

alcoholmeter. 

alebench, berry, cost, hoof, house, -knight, 
taster, wife. 

alkalimeter. 

allbone, good, -hail (v.), heal, mouth, -possessed, 
seed, spice, where, work. 

alleyway. 

alms; all one word. 

alongshore, side. 

alpenstock. 

altarpiece. 

alto-cumulus, -rilievo, -stratus. 

ambs-ace. 

amidships. 

amperemeter. 

amylamine. 

aniylo (prefix); all one word. 

anchor-hold. 

andiron. 

anglemeter, worm. 

anglo (prefix) ; all one word, unless followed by 
cap, when use hyphen. 



angulo-dentate. 

aniseed. 

ant-bear, -cattle, -eater, -hill, -lion; when 
meaning anti, all one word. 

ante-act, -mortem; the rest one word. 

anti-trade; the rest one word, unless followed 
by cap, when use hj'phen. 

anybody, how, one, thing, thingarian, way, 
where, whither, wise. 

apple-faced, -jack, -John. 

aquamarine, puncture, tint. 

aqueo-igneous. 

arc-boutant. 

areli, arclii (prefix for chief); all one word. 

areliband, way. 

argillo (prefix); takes the hyphen. 

argus-eyed. 

arlsto; all one word except aristo paper. 

armchair, hole, pit, rack. 

armor-bearer, -plated. 

arrifere; all take hyphen. 

arrowhead, root, wood, worm. 

arsesmart. 

artilleryman. 

aryteno-epiglottic, -epiglottidean. 

Ascensiontide. 

ash-fire, -furnace, -oven, weed. 

ass-ear. 

assemblyman. 

ass's-foot. 

asterwort. 

astro (prefix); all one word. 

attorney-general. 

auto-da-fe, -infection, -inoculation, -intoxica- 
tion; the rest one word. 

avant-courier, -guard. 

avercorn, penny. 

away-going. 

awe-stricken, -struck. 

awl-shaped, wort. 

axbreaker, fitch, man, stone. 

axletree. 

aye-aye, green. 

B 

babyhouse. 

backache, band, bite, biter, biting, -blocker, 
board, bond, bone, boned, cast, door (a.), down, 
fall, friend, furrow, gammon, ground, hand, 
handed, house, joint, lash, log, piece, plate, saw, 
set, settler, side (the rump), sight, slide, slider, 
sliding, staff, stairs (a.), stay, stitch, -strapped, 
sword, tack, wash, water, woods, woodsman, 
worm, wort. 

badderlocks. 

bagman, nut, pipe, piper, reef, room, wig, worm. 

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baggageman. 

bailpieoe. 

bain-marie. 

bakehouse. 

baker-legged. 

balanee-reef. 

bald-faced, bead, headed, money, pate, pated, 

rib. 
balefire. 

ballflsh, -iiower, proof, room. 
bandbox, master, 
bandj'-legged. 
baneberry, wort, 
baiikside, -sided, 
barflsh, keeper, maid, master, mote, post, room, 

tender, way, wood. 
bare (prefix); all one word. 
barge (prefix); all one word, 
barkbound. 

barleybrake, -bree, corn, 
barnburner, stormer, storming, yard, 
barrenwort. 
barringout. 
baryto-calcite. 
basal-nerved. 

baseball, board, born, -burner, -court, 
bashi-bazouk. 
basilweed. 
basketwood. 
bas-relief, 
basso-rilievo. 
basswood. 

batfish, fowler, fowling, horse, man, wing. 
bathroom, 
batsman, 
bat's-wing. 
battering-ram. 
battle-ax, door, field, 
baivcock, horse, 
bawdyhouse. 

bay-antler, berry, bolt, -gall, man, wood, 
beadhouse, roll, snake, work, 
beadsman, woman, 
bealthead, iron, 
be-all. 
beambird. 
bearbane, berry, bind, herd, hound, skin, ward, 

M'ood, wort, 
beardtongue. 

bear's-breech, -ear, -foot, -paw. 
beaueatcher. 
bedbug, chair, chamber, clothes, cord, fellow, 

gown, key, maker, -molding, pan, piece, plate, 
- post, quilt, rid, ridden, right, room, side, site, 

sore, spread, staff, stead, straw, swerver, tick, 

time. 
beebread, -eater, hive, house, master, 
beechnut. 

beefeater, steak, -wittod, -wood, 
beerhouse, 
beeswax, wing. 

beetle-browed, head, -headed, stock, 
beetrave. 

beforehand, time, 
behindhand, 
bel-esprit. 
bellbird, -faced, flower, man.-mGuthed,-shaped, 

topper, wether, wort, 
belle-lettrist. 
belles-lettres. 

bellyache, band, bound, -god, -pinched, 
bergmeal, schrund, stock, 
betweenbraiu. 
bez-antler. 
Bhagavad-Gita. 
bl-iliac; the rest one Avord. 
bibcock, 
biddybid. 

bigeye, horn, root, wig, -wigged. 
billbeetle, board, bug, fish, head, hook, man, 

poster, sticker. 
billet-doux, head. 
billyboy, cock. 
bindweed, with, 
birdbolt, call, catcher, catching, -eyed, lime, 

man, seed, -witted. 
bird's-beak, -eye, -foot, -mouth, -nesting, 

-tongue. 
birtliday, less, mark, night, place, right, root, 

wort. 



bishop-stool. 

bisl»oi>'s-weed, -wort. 

bitehwood. 

bitstoek. 

bitterbark, blain, bloom, bump, nut, root, sweet, 
weed, wood, wort. 

blackball, band, belly, berry, bird, birder, bird- 
ing, board, -browed, butt, cap, coat, cock, -eyed, 
-faced, feet, fellow, fin, fish, foot, guard, head, 
heart, -hearted, -jack, leg, -letter (a.), list (v.), 
mail, mailer, mailing, meat, -mouthed, poll, 
root, Salter, smith, strap, tail, thorn, wall, wood, 
work. 

bladderflsh, nose, wort. 

bladebone, fish. 

blameworthy. 

blancmange. 

bleareye, -eyed, eyedness. 

blend water. 

blightbird. 

blindballjflsh, fold, story, worm, -your-eyes. 

blink-eyed. 

blockhead, headed, house, ship. 

bloodbird, drop, flower, guiltiness, guiltless, 
guilty, hound, letter, letting, root, shed, shed- 
der, shedding, shot, stick, stone, stroke, sucker, 
thirsty, ulf, -vascular, wife, wood, worm, wort. 

bloodybones, -minded. 

blowball, cock, fish, fly, gun, hole, -off, -out, 
pipe, tuTDe. 

blueback, beard, bell, berry, bill, bird, bottle, 
breast, bush, buttons, cap, coat, -eye, -eyed, 
fin, fish, gown, hearts, -John, nose, pointer, 
poll, print, start, stocking, stone, throat, 
-veined, wing, wood. 

blufflp-bowed, -headed. 

blunderhead. 

blunt-witted. 

blushwort. 

boarfish. 

boar's-foot. 

boatbill, house, man, -shaped, swain, -tail, 
woman. 

boatsman. 

bobbinwork. 

bobcat, -cherry, fly, sled, sleigh, stay, tail, tailed, 
white. 

bodyguard. 

bogberry, sucker, trotter, trotting, wood. 

bollworm. 

boloman. 

bolthead, rope, sprit. 

bombproof, shell. 

bon-accord, bon, Chretien, due, fire, mot. 

bondholder, maid, man, slave, stone, woman. 

bondsman, woman. 

boneache, black, dog, fish, set, setter, setting. 

bonnyclabber. 

bony tail. 

bookbinder, bindery, binding, case, craft, 
holder, keeper, keeping, land, -learned, maker, 
man, mark, mate, monger, plate, seller, selling, 
shelf, shop, stall, stand, store, work, worm. 

bootblack, hose, jack, lick, maker, making, 
topping, tree. 

boragewort. 

bordland, lode, man. 

borougliholder, m.aster, monger, mongering, 
mongerv. 

botfly. 

both-hands (n.). 

bott-hammer. 

bottlehead, holder, -nose, -nosed, screw. 

boughpot. 

bouts-rim6s. 

bowbell, bent, -compass, fin, grace, head, knot, 
leg, -legged, line, man, -pen, -pencil, -saw, 
shot, sprit, string, stringed, wood. 

Bow-bells. 

boxberry, fish, haul, hauling, -iron, keeper, 
thorn, wood. 

Brahmo-somaj . 

brainpan, sick, sickly, sickness. 

brakeman. 

brand-new. 

brandy-pawnee. 

brantail. 

bfant-fox. 

brass-visaged. 

brazen-browed, face, faced. 



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DOUBLE WORDS 



breadbasket, fruit, nut, root, stuff, winner, 
breakaway (n.), ax, bone, -circuit, down, nuni, 

neck, stone, -up, water, 
breasthand, beam, bone, -deep, fast, height, 

-liigh, hook, knot, pin, plate, plow, rail, roj)e, 

summer, weed, wood, work, 
breeeliblock, cloth, loader, -loading, 
brewhouse. 
bric-a-brac. 
brickbat, fielder, kiln, layer, laying, maker, 

making, work, yard. 
bride-ale; the rest one word, 
bridesmaid, man. 
brldgeboard, head, pot, tree, -ward, 
briefman. 
brigadier-general, 
brimstonewort. 

bristle-pointed, -shaped, tail, wort, 
brittleworts. 
broadax, bill, brim, -brimmed, cast, clotli, 

-horned, leaf, -leaved, mouth, piece, seal (v.), 

.side, spread, spreading, sword, throat. 
broken; adjectives take hyphen, 
bronclio-pneumonia; the rest one word, 
bronze wing. 
brooklim.e, side, weed, 
broomstick. 

brother-in-law, wort. 
broAvbeat, beating, bound, post, spot. 
brovFiiback, stone, wort, 
browsewood. 
brushwood, 
buck-basket, board, eye, -eyed, horn, hound, 

jump, jumper, shot, skin, stall, tail, thorn, tooth, 

wheat, 
buckler-headed, 
buck's-horn. 
budmash. 
bufferhead. 
buJHehorn. 

bug (prefix); all one word, 
bugleweed. 
buhlwork. 
buhrstone. 
built-up. 
bulbo-tuber. 
bulkhead, 
bullbeggar, berry, comber, dog, faced, fice, fight, 

fighter, fighting, finch, fist, frog, head, headed, 

-necked, nut, -poll, pout, -roarer, rout, weed, 

wort, 
bullen-bullen, -nail, 
bullet-proof. 
bullock's-eye, -heart. 
bull's-eye, -nose, 
bumboat, wood. 
bumblebee, puppy, 
bunch-backed, berry, flower, 
bunghole. 
burbark. 

burghmaster, mote, 
burnstickle. 
burr.stone. 
bushboy, fighter, fighting, hammer, man, 

ranger, ranging, whacker, whacking, 
bushelman. 
businesslike, 
busybody, 
butterball, bird, bump, bur, cup, -fingered, 

fish, fly, man, milk, nut, -scotch, weed, weight, 

wort, 
but-thorn. 

buttonball, bush, hole, mold, weed, wood, 
butt-strap (v.), weld (v.). 
by (prefix) , all take the hyphen, except bygone, 

byname (v.), bypath, byplay, byroad, by- 
stander, byway, byword, bywork. 

c 

cabman, um. 

cabinetmaker, making, work. 

cable-laid, way. 

cachepot. 

cadbait. 

cadewonn. 

calc-sinter, -spar, -tufa. 

calcareo-argillaceous, -bituminous, -siliceous. 

calPs-foot, -head. 

calfskin. 



calicoback. 

calves-snout. 

camber-keeled. 

Cambro-Briton. 

camel-backed. 

camel's-hair (a.). 

campfight. 

camphorwood. 

camwood. 

cancan, dock. 

cancerweed, wort. 

candleberry, bomb, fish, holder, light, power, 

stick, waster, 
candytuft, 
eanebrake. 

cankerberry, -root, weed, worm, 
canoeman. 
canvasback. 

eap-a-pie, case, peak, sheaf, -square, stone, 
caperberry. 
capeweed. 

cargoo.se, load, lock, man. 
cardboard, case. 
care-tuned, worn, 
carnal-minded, -mindedness. 
carpetliag, bagger, monger, way, -weed. 
carryall, tale, 
cartload, man, way, wright. 
carvel-built, 
case-bay, harden, hardened, hardening, mate, 

mated, 'weed, worm, 
cashbook. 
casse-tete. 
cassioberry. 

castaway (n.), -iron (a), -off (a.), 
castle-builder, -building, -guard, -ward, 
catbird, boat, call, eye, -eyed, fall, fish, gut, 

-harping, -haw, head, -hole, mint, pipe, -rigged, 

-salt, -silver, stick, stitch, -tail, 
catch-basin, drain, fly, -meadow, penny, water, 

weed, weight, word, work, 
eater-cornered, -cousin, 
cat's-ear, -eye, -foot, -paw, -tail, 
cattleman, 
causeway, wayed. 
cavalryman, 
cavo-rilievo. 

centerbit, board, -fire (a.), piece, -second (a.), 
eerebro-spinal. 
cerecloth, 
cesspipe, pool, 
chalewax, weed. 
chaffseed, weed, 
chainwork. 
chalkcutter, stone, 
chambermaid, 
chance-medley, 
chapbook, fallen, man. 
cliar-a-bancs. 
charterhouse, 
charwoman. 

chasse-cafe, -maree, pot. 
chatterbox, 
chatwood. 
chaud-medley. 
cheap-jack, -john. 
checkmate, rein, roll, string, work, 
checkerberry, Ijoard, work, 
cheesemonger, paring, wood, 
chef-d'oeuvre. 

chess-apple, board, man, tree, 
cheval-de-frise. 
chiaroscuro. 

chick-pea, weed. •* 

chicken-breasted, -hearted, weed. 
chief-justiceship, 
chiff-chaff, 
chi-fu. 

chlldbearing, bed, birth, crowing. 
chimney-breast, -piece. 
Chinaman, 
chiselmouth. 
chitchat. 

chloralamide, imide. 
chockablock, -full, 
chokeberry, bore, cherry, -full, -strap. 
chondro (prefix); all one word, 
chopboat, church, fallen, house, -logic, stick, 
chowchow. 
christcross. 



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Ch^iste^oss-ro^^'. 

Christmastide. 

Christ' s-thorn. 

cliroiiio (prefix); all one word. 

chub-faced. 

clmc'klehead, headed. 

chiick-wiU's-widow. 

cliurcli-alc, -bench, goer, going, man, warden, 
wardenship, yard. 

chnrrworm. 

ci-devant. 

ciiiquefoil, -pace, -spotted. 

olrcuin (prefix); all one word. 

cirro-cumulus, -filum, -nebula, stomatous, 
-stratus, -vehim. 

ols (prefix); all one word. 

cittern-head. 

clambake. 

clapboard, match, trap. 

clapperclaw. 

classman, mate. 

clean-cut, -limbed, skins (n.) , -timbered. 

clear-boled, -cole, -cut, -headed, -seeing, -shin- 
ing, -sighted, -sightedness, skins (n.), starch, 
starcher, story, weed, wing. 

cleft-footed, graft. 

clerk-ale. 

clingstone, fish. 

clinker-built. 

clinkstone. 

clipflsh. 

clipper-built. 

cloakroom. 

clockbird, like, wise, work. 

clodhopper, hopping, pate, pated, poll. 

close-banded, -barred, -bodied, fisted, handed, 
handedness, hauled, mouthed, reefed, -stool, 
-tongued. 

clotliesliorse, line, pin, press. 

cloudberry, -built, -burst, -capped, -compeller, 
land. 

cloven-footed, -hoofed. 

clovewort. 

clownheal. 

clnlJfist, fisted, foot, footed, hand, haul, house, 
room, -rush, -shaped. 

coaclifellow, man, whip, wood. 

CO (prefix) -ally, -assessor, -legatee, -lessee, -les- 
sor, -mate, -meddle, -regent, -relation, -re- 
ligionist, -respondent, -sufferer; the rest one 
word. 

coal-black, fish, goose, -meter, mouse, pit, sack, 
-whipper. 

coastways, wise. 

cobblestone. 

cobhead, stone, swan, wall, web, webbed, webby, 
work. 

cocco (prefix); all one word. 

cock-a-hoop, bill, boat, -brained, chafer, crow, 
crowing, eye, fight, fighting, head, horse, -laird, 
loft, master, match, -paddle, pit, roach, shy, 
spur, sure, swain, tail, up, weed. 

cocklebur, shell. 

cockscomb, combed, foot, head. 

cocoanut. 

coddymoddy. 

codfish, piece, worm. 

cotffeehouse, man, pot, room. 

coft'erdam, work. 

cogware, wheel, wood. 

colcannon. 

cold-blooded, finch, -hearted, -heartedness, 
-short, -shut. 

colegoose, mouse,<perch, seed, slaw, staff, tit, 
wort. 

eolicroot, wort. 

color-blind, -corporal, man. 

coltsfoot. 

colt's-tail. 

combbroach, -shaped. 

comedown, -outer. 

comet-finder, -seeker. 

commissary-general, -sergeant. 

committeeman. 

commonplace, weal, wealth. 

concavo-concave, -convex. 

eoncertmeister. 

concho-spiral. 



coneflower, -in-cone, -nose. 

congressman. 

connate-perfoliate. 

consul-general. 

contra (prefix); all one word. 

convexo-concave, -convex, -plane. 

coo-in-new. 

cookbook, maid, room, shop. 

cool-headed, -headedness, weed, wort. 

cootfoot. 

cope-chisel, stone. 

copper-belly, -bottomed, -faced, -fastened, 
head, -nickel, -nose, plate, smith, tail, wing, 
worm. 

copple-crown, -crowned. 

cop-rose. 

copsewood. 

copyhold, holder, right. 

coralberry, -rag, wort. 

corbel-table. 

corbiestep. 

cordleaf. 

corkscrew, wing, wood. 

cornbell, bind, cob, crake, crib, cutter, dodger, 
field, floor, flower, loft, muse, sheller, shuck, 
stalk, starch. 

cornercap. 

cornet-a-piston. 

corsepresent. 

costal-nerved. 

costermonger. 

cottontail, weed, wood. 

coughwort. 

countfish, -wheel. 

counteract, action, active, actively, balance, 
bore, brace (v.), buff, caster, change, changed, 
charge, charm, check, claim, -compony, -couch- 
ant, -courant, current, draw, faller, fleury, 
foil, force, fort, gage, guard, irritant, irritate, 
jumper, man, march, mark, mine, move, mure, 
natural, -paly, pane, part, passant, plead, 
plot, point, poise, pole, ponderate, prove, -roll, 
-salient, scarp, seal, secure, shaft, sign, sink, 
stand, step, stock, stroke, sunlt, term, time, 
trippant, turn, vail, view, vote, weigh, weight, 
wheel, work. 

countinghouse, room. 

country-base, -dance, man, side, woman. 

coupe-gorge. 

couple-beggar, -close. 

coupstick. 

court-baron, bred, -craft, -house, -leet, like, 
-martial, -plaster, yard. 

cousin-german. 

couvre-feu. 

coverlid, -point. 

coivbane, berry, bind, bird, blakes, boy, catcher, 
fish, hearted, herb, herd, hide, itch, leech, 
leeching, lick, like, pea, -pilot, pox, quake, 
slip, slipped, weed, wheat. 

cowlstaft'. 

crabeater, faced, liole, sidle, stick, -yaws. 

crack-brained. 

crackleware. 

cracksman. 

craftsman, master. 

crakeberry. 

crampfish. 

crane's-bill. 

craniacromial. 

crankbird. 

crapefish. 

crawfish. 

craj^sh. 

craze-mill. 

creanicake, -colored, cups, -faced, -fruit, -slice, 
-white. 

creekfish. 

creephole. 

crewelwork. 

crib-biter, -biting, rose, work. 

crincum-craneum. 

crinkleroot. 

crisscross. 

crisscross-row. 

croftland. 

crookback, bill. 

crop-ear, -eared, -tailed, weed. 



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DOUBLE WORDS 



cropple-crown. 

cross-armed, -banded, bar, barred, beak, beam, 
-bearer, -bedded, bill, -birth, bones, bow, 
bower, bowman, bred, breed, -bun, -crosslet, 
cut, -days, -examination, -examine, -examiner, 
-eye, -eyed, -fertilize, fish, flow, -garnet, 
grained, hatch, hatching, head, -interrogatory, 
jack, legged, patch, -pawl, piece, -purpose, 
-question, -reading, road, row, ruff, -spale, 
-springer, -staff, -stitch, -stone, -stratified, 
-stratification, -tail, -tie, -tining, trees, 
-vaulting, way, -week, wort. 

crowbar, bell, berry, flower, foot, -quill, -silk, 
step, stone, toe, -trodden. 

crownbeard, -Imperial, piece, -post, -saw, work. 

croAv's-foot, -nest. 

crumbcloth. 

crystalwort. 

cubbridge-head. 

eiil>by-hole, yew. 

cub-drawn. 

cubo-octahedral, -octahedron. 

cucltoobud, flower, pint. 

cuckoo's-eye. 

cul-de-four, -de-sac. 

culverhouse, key, tail, tailed. 

cummerbund. 

cumu-cirro-stratus. 

cumulo-cirrus, -nimbus, -stratus. 

cupbearer, board, -gall, -moss, -rose, seed. 

curbstone. 

cure-all. 

curlewberry. 

currycomb. 

cushewbird. 

custom-house. 

cutaway, lips, -off, -out, purse, throat, water, 
weed, work, worm. 

cuttlefish. 

cuttystool. 

D 

dabchick. 

daggle-tail. 

daglock, swain, -tailed. 

dairymaid, man, woman. 

dalesman. 

dandy-cock, -hen. 

daneball, weed, wort. 

dane's-blood, -weed. 

dangleberry. 

dare-devil, -deviltry. 

dashboard, pot. 

daughter-in-law. 

dayberry, book, break, -coal, dream, dreamer, 

flower, fly, -labor, -laborer, light, mare, -net, 

-peep, spring, -star, time, 
daysman, 
deadbeat (a.), born, -eye, head, -hearted, 

-heartedness, house, latch, light, lock, man, 

-pay, -reckoning, -stroke, wood, works, 
deaf-mute, -mutism, 
dealflsh. 

dearborn, -bought, -loved, 
deathbed, bird, blow, day, like, watch, 
death's-head, -herb, 
deathsman. 
deckle-edged, 
decoy-duck, -man. 
deep-laid, -mouthed, -read, -sea (a.), -sinker, 

-waisted. 
deerberry, grass, horn, hound, -neck, skin, 

stalker, stalking, 
deer's-mllk, -tongue, 
de-ethicise; the rest one word, 
delftware. 

denil-rilievo; the rest one word, 
denehole. 

dentate-ciliate, -sinuate, 
deskwork. 
dessert-spoonful. 

deutero-albumose. -elastose; the rest one word. 
Deutero-Isaiah, -Niocene. 
devil-diver, fish, wood. 
deTvberry, claw, cup, drop, fall, lap, lapped, 

-point, ret, rot, worm. 
diamond-back, -shaped, 
dibstone. 



dicebox. 

dickcissel. 

diesinker, sinking, stock. 

dikerecve. 

dillydally. 

diiii-sighted, -sightedness. 

diner-out. 

dingdong. 

dingle-dangle. 

dip-head. 

direc1>-acting. 

dishcloth, -faced, rag, washer, water. 

disselboom. 

ditty-bag, -box. 

divedapper. 

divi-divi. 

do-all, -little, -naught, -nothing, -iiothingism. 

dock-cress, yard. 

doeskin. 

dogbane, berry, bolt, -brier, cart, draw, -eared, 
-faced, fi.sh, -fox, -headed, -hearted, hole, leg, 
-legged, -rose, shore, sick, skin, sleep, stone, 
tie, tooth, trick, trot, vane, watch, -weary, 
wood. 

dog's-bane, -chop, -ear, -eared, -mouth, -tail 
(a.), -tongue. 

dollflsh. 

domebook. 

doodlesack. 

doomsday. 

doorbell, case, cheek, keeper, knob, latch, nail, 
plate, post, sill, stead, step, stone, stop, way, 
weed, yard. 

doppelganger. 

dorbeetle, haAvk, mouse. 

dorrfly. 

dos-a-dos. 

double-acting, -bank, -banked, -barreled, -beat 
(a.), -breasted, -charge, -decker, -dye, -dyed, 
-ender, -entendre, -eyed, -faced^ ganger, 
-handed -headed, -hearted, -hung, -loader, 
-lock, -milled , -minded, -quick, -ripper, -shade, 
-threaded, -tongue, -tongued, -tonguing, tree. 

dough-baked, bird, boy, face, -faced, faceism, 
-kneaded, nut. 

dousing-chock. 

dovecot, -eyed, like, tail, wood. 

dove's-foot. 

do wnbear, cast, come, comer, fall, fallen, falling, 
gyved, haul, hearted, hill, looked, lying, pour, 
right, -share, sitting, stairs, stream, stroke, 
take, throw, town, trod, trodden, weed, weigh. 

drabble-tail. 

draftsman. 

dragbar, bolt, hoimd, link, man, net, rope. 

draggle-tail, -tailed. 

dragonlike, wort. 

drainpipe, tile, trap. 

drakestone; 

draniseller, shop. 

draughtboard. 

draAVback, bar. bench, bolt, bore, boy, bridge, 
-cut, filing, gear, gloves, head, knife, link, 
loom, net, plate, rod, shave, spring. 

drawing-room. 

drayman. 

dread-bolted, naught. 

dreamland. 

dressmaker, making. 

driltbolt, piece, pin, way, weed, wind, wood. 

drillmaster, stock. 

dripstone. 

drivebolt, pipe, way. 

dronepipe. 

droplight, stone, worm, wort. 

drumbeat, fi.sh, head, stick, wood. 

dry-beat, -boned, -eyed, -fisted, nurse (v.) , -rub, 
Salter, saltery, -shod, -stone. 

duckbill, -billed, -legged, meat, weed, wing. 

duck's-bill, -foot, -meat. 

duebill. 

dugout, way. 

dullhead; adjectives take hyphen. 

dumb-bell, -waiter. 

dumdum. 

dunbird, fish, pickle. 

dunderfunk, head, -headed, pate. 

dungfork, hill, meer, yard. 



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48 



dustbrnsh, man, pan, -point. 

dyehouse, .stuff, weed, wood. 

dynaiuo (prefix) -electric; tlie rest one word. 



E 



eagle-eyed, -siglited, stone, -winged, wood, 
earaclie, -bored, cap, cockle, drop, drum, lap, 

lock, mark, -minded, pick, -piercer, reach, 

ring, -sliell, shot, sore, -splitting, wax, wig, 

witness, worm, 
earlduck. 
earthbag, bank, board, born, bred, drake, fork, 

kin, nut, pea, quake, .shock, star, -tongue, 

wolf, work, worm, 
eartlien-hearted, ware, 
eartlily-minded, -mindedness. 
Eastertide, 
east-insular, 
easy-chair, -going, 
eavedrop. 

eavesdrop, dropper, dropping, 
edgebone, shot, 
eelbuck, fare, fish, grass, -mother, pot, pout, 

spear, worm, 
egg-apple, -bird, -cup, -glass, hot, nog, plant, 

-shaped, shell, 
ego theism, 
eightfold, score. 
eltoOAVboard, chair, room, 
elderberry, wort, 
electrogenesis, meter, metric, metrical, motor, 

phone, plate, plater, plating, scope, scopic, 

static, statics, tactic, technics, technical, tonic, 

tonicity, type, typer, typic, typing; other 

double' words take the hyphen, 
eleuthero-petalous. 
ellland, lock, 
elknut, wood, 
elliptic-lanceolate, 
ellwand. 

elsewhere, whither, 
ember-goose, 
embryoplastic. 
emeto-cathartic. 

empty-handed, -headed, -hearted, 
end-all. 

engineman, -sized. 
Englishman, woman. 
erecto-patent. 
erelong, while, 
erstwhile. 

evenfall, handed, -minded, song, tide, 
everduring, glacle, green, lasting, lastingly, 

lastingness, living, more, 
everybody, day (a.), one, thing, when, where, 
evil-eyed, -favored, -favoredness, -minded, 

-mindedness. 
ewe-necked. 
ex (prefix for former condition or office held) ; 

all take hyphen. 
excito (prefix); all take hyphen, 
expressman. 
extra (prefix) -articular, -axillar. -axillary, 

-ocular, -official, -red, -uterine; tlie rest one 

word. 
ex-voto. 
eyas-musket, 
eyeball, bar, beam, bolt, bright, brow, cup_, drop, 

flap, glance, glass, hole, lash, lid, -minded, 

piece, reach, salve, servant, service, shot, sight, 

sore, -splice, -spot, -spotted, stalk, stone, string, 

tooth, wash, water, wink, winker, witness. 

F 

facework. 

facsimile. 

fag-end. 

faint-hearted, -heartedly, -heartedness. 

fair-leader, -mindedness, way; adjectives take 

hyphen, 
fairyland. 

falcon-beaked, bill, -gentil. 
faldfee, stool, 
fallfish, way. 

false-heartedness; adjectives take hyphen, 
fancy-free, -sick, work. 



fandangle, fish, foot, like, -nerved, tail, -tailed, 
-tan. 

far-about, -extended, fetched, -off, -reaching, 
seeing, sighted, sightedness, -spread, -stretched. 

fardingbag, deal. 

farmer-general. 

farmhouse, stead, yard. 

fashion-monger, -mongering. 

fatback , bird, -brained, head, -kidneyed, -witted . 

father-in-law, land, -lasher. 

fault-finder, -finding. 

fausse-braye. 

fawn-colored. 

fayberry. 

fearnaught. 

feather-edge, few, -foil, -head, stitch, wing; 
adjectives talce hyphen. 

feeble-minded, -mindedness. 

fee-faw-fum. 

fellmonger. 

fellowfeel; the rest take hyphen. 

felo-de-se. 

felonweed, wood, wort. 

feltwort. 

fenberry. 

fer-de-Iance. 

fernbird, gale. 

ferret-eye. 

ferro (prefix); all one word. 

ferryboat, man. 

fetterbush, lock. 

feverfew, nut, twig, weed, wort. 

fiber-faced. 

tiddle-faddle, -shaped, stick, string, wood. 

lidel-commissary, -commissor, -jussio, -jussory. 

fleldcornet, cornetcy, fare, piece, work (mili- 
tary) . 

flgeater, pecker, -shell, worm, wort. 

figurehead. 

fllefish. 

finback, foot, -footed, like, pike, -toed. 

finchbacked. 

finedraw, drawer, drawn, spun, still, stiller, top. 

fingle-fangle. 

firearm, back, ball, bird, board, bote, brand, 
brat, cracker, crest, dog, drake, -fanged, fish, 
flaire, flame, flaught, fly, lock, man, -new, 
jjlaee, proof, proofing, room, -set, side, stone, 
tail, warden, weed, wood, work, worm. 

firmer-chisel. 

firstborn, -class, -hand, -rate. 

fish-bellied, berry, -block, gig, hawk, hook, like, 
monger, skin, -tackle, tail, way, wife, woman, 
wood. 

fisherman. 

fitweed. 

five-corners, -finger, fold, -leaf, -leafed, -twen- 
ties. 

flagman, -officer, ship, staff, stone, worm. 

flame-colored. 

flapdragon, -eared, jack, -mouthed. 

flare-up. 

flash board. 

flatbill. boat, -bottomed, -cap, fish, -footed, head, 
-headed, iron, -top, worm. 

flaxbird, bush, -plant, seed, weed. 

fleabane, -beetle, -bite, -bitten, -louse, seed, 
wort. 

fleet-foot. 

fleshmonger, pot. 

fleur-de-lis. 

flicflac. 

flickermouse. 

flight-shot. 

flimflam. 

flimmerball. 

flindermouse. 

flint-hearted, lock, ware, wood. 

flip-flap. 

flittermouse. 

floorheads, walker. 

flopwing. 

flourworm. 

floAver-de-luce, -fence, -gentle, pot. 

flowery-kirtled. 

fluheworm, wort. 

fluoranthene, hydric. 

flushboard. 

flutemouth. 

fluvio-marine. 



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DOUBLE WORDS 



flyaway, bane, -bitten, blow, blown, boat, -case, 
catcher, -catching, eater, fish (n.), -flsh (v.), 
man, speck, tail, trap, -up-the-creek, wort. 

foalfoot. 

Ibgbow, dog, eater, fruit. 

folkland, lore, mote. 

fool-born, flsh, hardihood, hardily, hardiness, 
hardy, -hasty. 

foolscap. 

loot-acre, ball, band, bath, board, boy, breadth, 
bridge, cloth, fall, fight, glove, halt, hill, hold, 
hook, hot, licker, light, man, mark, note, pace, 
pad, path, plate, -pound, -poundal, print, rope, 
-second, -sore, stalk, stall, step, stone, stool, 
-ton, way, worn. 

fop-doodle. 

forasmuch, ever. 

fore (prefix) -night, -topgallant, -topmast, 
-topsail; the rest are one word, except the fol- 
lowing, which are two words: bay, body, boot, 
bow, cabin, carriage, course, door, edge, elder, 
end, girth, hammer, leg, peak, piece, plane, 
rent, sheets, shore, sight (of a gun), tackle, 
tooth, world. 

forgeman. 

forget-me-not. 

forkbeard, tail, -tailed. 

fortli (prefix); all one word. 

lorty-knot, -niner, -skewer, -spot. 

foul-mouthed, -spoken. 

foundershaft. 

four-cornered, -eyed, -eyes, fold, footed, 
handed, -in-hand, -o'clock, pence, -poster, 
score, square, -way, -wheeled, -wheeler. 

foxbane, berry, earth, flsh, glove, hound, 
-hunting, like, tail. 

fracto-cumulus, -nimbus, -stratus. 

framework. 

franc-tireur. 

frank-chase, -fee, -ferm, -law, -marriage, 
pledge, -tenant, -tenure. 

freebooter, booting, born, -denizen, -hand, 
-handed, -hearted, -heartedly, -heartedness, 
hold, holder, -liver, -living, -love, -lover, man, 
-martin, mason, masonic, masonry, -milling, 
-minded, -select, -selection, -selector, -soil, 
-soiler,- spoken, -spokenness, stone, -swim- 
mer, -swimming, thinker, thinking, -tongued, 
will (a.). 

freedman. 

Frenchman. 

fresliman, -water (a.). 

fretwork. 

frigate-built. 

fritfly. 

frogbit, -eyed, fish, foot, mouth, shell. 

frog's-bit. 

frontiersman. 

frostbird, bite, -bitten, -blite, fish, plant, root, 
weed, work, wort. 

froufrou. 

fruitchafer. 

fugleman. 

lull (prefix); adjectives and adverbs take the 
hyphen. 

fundholder. 

funnelform. 

furzechat. 

G 

gablock. 

gadabout, bee, bush, fly, man, wall. 

gadsman. 

gaff-topsail. 

gagroot. 

;iainpain, say, sayer. 

galewort. 

gallfly, nut, stone, wort. 

galley-bird, worm. 

galvano (prefix) -caustic, -caxitery, -magnetic 

-puncture: the rest one word, 
gamecock, keeper, 
gang-flower, gang, way. 
gapeseed, worm, 
gapingstock. 
gap-toothed, 
garboard, fish, 
garden-gate, 
garefowl. 

M s— 08 4 



gas-burner, light, tight. 

gatehouse, man, fiost, way. 

gauzewing. 

gavelkind. 

gaybine, -feather. 

gazehound. 

gazingstock. 

gems-horn. 

gentile-falcon. 

gentlefolk, -hearted, man, manhood, manlike, 
manly, manliness, woman. 

get-penny, -up. 

getter-up. 

gliostfish, like. 

gibfish, staff. 

giddy-head, -headed, -paced. 

gler-eagle, -falcon. 

gill-flirt, house. 

gillyflower. 

gilt-edge, -edged, head, tail. 

gimcrack. 

gingerbread. 

gin house, shop. 

ginny-carriage. 

girtline. 

give-and-take. 

glass-crab, eye, -faced, -gazing, house, -rope, 
-snail, -snake, -.sponge, ware, weed, work, wort. 

gleeman. 

glia-cell. 

globefish, flower, -shaped. 

globo-cumulus. 

glory-of-the-sno w . 

glo^vfly, lamp, worm. 

gluepot. 

gnatworm. 

goatbush, fish, herd, like, root, skin, stone, 
sucker, weed. 

goat's-horn. 

gobstick. 

gobang, -between, -by, cart, -devil, down, -out. 

godchild, daughter, father, mother, parent, 
send, speed, wit. 

God-fearing, head. 

goggle-eye, -eyed. 

gold-beating, -bound, crest, cup, finch, finny, 
fish, -hammer, seed, smith, stone, tail, tit. 

golden-eye, -eyed, -locks, pert, -rod, wing. 

goloe-shoe. 

gombeen-man. 

good-by, -fellowship, -humored, -humoredly, 
-looking, man, -natured, -naturedly, -teni- 
pered, wife. 

goody-goody. 

gooseberry, flsh, foot, -rumped, wing, winged. 

gorebill. 

gougeshell. 

gourdworm. 

goutweed, wort. ' 

grainfield. 

grandaunt, child, daughter, -ducal, father, 
fatherly, -guard, ma, mother, motherly, 
nephew, niece, pa, pere, sire, son, uncle. 

grape-eater, shot, stone, vine. 

grasschat, -green, -grown, nut, hopper, plot. 

graveclothes, digger, stone, yard. 

gravelroot, stone, weed. 

grayback, beard, fly, -haired, -headed, lag, pate, 
stone, wacke, wether. 

great-bellied, coat, -grandchild, -granddaugh- 
ter, -grandfather, -grandmother, -grandson, 
-hearted, -heartedness. 

Greco-Roman. 

greedy-gut. 

greegree. 

greenback, backer, bone, -broom, cloth, -eyed, 
finch, fish, gage, gill, grocer, head, hide, horn, 
house, -leek, room, sand, sauce, shank, -stall, 
stone, sward, weed, wing, withe, wood. 

greyhound. 

griddlecake. 

gridiron. 

grim-the-collier. 

grindstone. 

gripsack. 

gristmill. 

gritrock, stone. 

grogshop. 

groomsman. 

grosbeak, grain, 



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gross-headed. 

grotto work. 

groundberry, nut, work. 

grubstake, worm. 

guardflsh, house, room. 

guardsman. 

guelder-rose. 

guesswork. 

giiideboard, book, post. 

guildhall. 

guilt-sick. 

guiuboil, sucker. 

gunboat, bright, flint, lock, powder, reach, room, 

shot, smith, smithery, smithing, stick, stock, 

stone, 
gutta-percha, -trap, 
gutwort. 

gypsy-herb, wort, 
gyro-pigeon. 



liackberry, bolt, man, thorn, wood. 

hackneyman. 

liagberry, born, but, butter, flsh, -ridden, seed, 
-taper. 

ha-ha. 

liail-fellow, shot, stone, storm. 

lialrbird, breadth, -brown, brush, cloth, dresser, 
pin, -salt, splitter, splitting, spring, streak, tail. 

hake's-dame. 

halberd-shaped. 

lialf-and-half, beak, -blooded, -boot, -bound, 
-bred, -breed, -brother, -caste, cock, -cracked, 
-deck, -decked, -faced, -flsh, -hatched, -heard, 
-hearted, -hourly, -learned, -length, -mast, 
-moon, pace, -penny, -pike, -port, -ray, -read, 
-sighted, -sister, -strained, -sword, -timbered, 
-tone (a.), -tongue, way, -wit, -witted, -yearly. 

hall-mark. 

liainfatter, shackle, string. 

liamnier-beam, cloth, -dressed, -harden, head, 
man, wort. 

handball, barrow, bill, book, breadth, cart, 
cloth, craft, craftsman, cuff, fast, fish, -hole, 
kerchief, made, maid, maiden, saw, spike, 
spring, -tight, wheel, -winged, writing. 

liandy-dandy, fight, gripe, stroke. 

liangbird, -by, dog, man, nail, nest, worm. 

hanger-on. 

hankey-pankey. 

haphazard. 

hara-kiri. 

liardbake, beam, -favoredness, fern, hack, head, 
-headedness, -heartedness, mouth, pan, spun, 
-tack, tail, ware; adjectives take hj^hen. 

hardwareman. 

harebell, brained, foot, -hearted, hound, lip, 
lipped. 

. liare's-bane, -ear, -foot, -tail. 

liartbeest, berry, wort. 

liart's-ear, -thorn, -tongue. 

h arum-scarum . 

liarves't-home. man. 

liatband, box, rack, stand, tree. 

liateli-boat, way. 

hatchetback. 

hatti-sherif. 

hausse-col. 

liautgoiit, pas. 

hawebake. 

liaivflnch, -haw, thorn. 

lia^vkbill, bit. -eyed, weed. 

hawk's-beard. 

hawser-laid. 

liaybird, bote, cock, -cutter, field, fork, loft, 
maiden, maker, making, mow, rack, rake, rick, 
stack, stalk, thorn. 

hazelnut, wort. 

headache, band, board, borough, -cheese, dress, 
first, foremost, fish, -hunter, -hunting, land, 
light, line, long, -lugged, man, mold, most, note, 
pan, piece, quarters, race, room, rope, sail, 
shake, spring, stall, stock, stone, strong, strong- 
ness, tire, waters, way, work. 

headsman. 

healall. 

hearsay. 

hearsecloth, like. 



heartache, break, breaking, broken, burn, 
burned, burning, dear, deep, felt, grief, pea, 
quake, rending, seed, .shaped, sick, -spoon, 
stricken, strike, string, struck, swelling, wood, 
wort; other adjectives take hyphen. 

hearthstone. 

heart's-ease. 

heathberry, clad. 

heaven (prefix); adjectives take hyphen. 

heavenly-minded, -mindedness. 

heavy (prefix); adjectives take hyphen. 

heckberry. 

heddle-eye. 

hedgeberry, born, bote, hog, pig, row. 

heelball, fly, path, piece, post, spur, tap, tool. 

hellbender, broth, -cat, -diver, hag, -haunted, 
hoffite, hound, kite; other adjectives one word. 

helmet-shaped. 

helmsman. 

helmwind. 

helpmate, meet. 

helter-skelter. 

hempweed. 

hemstitch, stitched. 

henbane, bit, coop, fish, -hearted, house, hu^sy, 
peck, roost, ware. 

henceforth, forward. 

henehboy, man. 

hen's-foot. 

he-oak. 

hepato (prefix) -pancreas; the rest one word. 

herb-woman, 

herdbook, groom, man. 

herdsman, woman. 

hereabout, after, afterward, at, by, in, inafter, 
inbefore, into, of, on, to, tofore, unto, upon, with. 

herringbone. 

hetero-albumose, -infection; the rest one word. 

hewhole. 

heyday. 

hickoryhead. 

hidden-veined. 

hidebound. 

high (prefix) binder, born, -boy, -churchism, 
-churchman, -churchmanship, flier, flying, -go, 
-heartedness, -hoe, -holder, -hole, land, -low, 
men, -mindedness, most, -priesthood, -priest- 
ship, road, -stepper, -top, way; other adjectives 
take hyphen. 

highty-tighty. 

hig-taper. 

hillberry, bird, side, top, wort. 

hindberry, brain, gut. 

hiphalt, -roofed, shot. 

hoarfrost, stone. 

hobblebush. 

hobbyhorse. 

hobgoblin, nail, nailed, nob. 

hochday, herb. 

hocus-pocus. 

hodden-gray. 

hodgepodge. 

hoecake, mother. 

hogback, chain, choker, cote, fish, frame, herd, 
nose (a), nut, pen, reeve, ringer, score, skin, 
sty, wash, weed. wort. 

hogger-pipe, -pump. 

hog's-back, -bane, -meat. 

hogshead. 

holstaway, way. 

hoity-toity. 

holdback, fast. 

holder-forth. 

holewort. 

holloAV-hearted, -horned, wort. 

holyday, stone, wood. 

homebbrn, -coming, field, -keeping, like, made, 
sick, sickness, -speaking, spun, stall, stead, 
steader; other adjectives take hyphen. 
. honewort. 

honey-bag, bee, berry, bird, comb, combed, 
dew, moon, -mouthed, stone, sucker, suckle, 
suckled, -sweet, -tongued, ware, wort. 

hoodcap, wink, wort. 

hoodman-blind. 

hoofbound. 

hooh-billed, -nosed. 

hoopcoop. 

hopbine, -o'-my-thumb, scotch, -thumb yard, 

hopperdozer. 



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DOUBLE WORDS 



lioriibeak, beam, bill, lilenrtc, blower, Ijook, buK, 
tish, fly, foot, -mad, owl, pike, pipe, plant, pout, 
snaked stone, tail, weed, work, worm, wort, 
wrack. 

lioriiy-handcd, head. 

liorror-.strieken, -struck. 

Iiorseback, banc, -chestnut, -drench, fish, flesh, 
fly, foot, hair, head, heal, hide, hoof, -jockey, 
kiiop, laugh, -leech, -leechery, -litter, man, 
mint, nail, play, pond, power, -radish, rake, 
shoe, shoer, shoeing, tail, weed, whip, woman, 
wood, worm. 

hostess-ship. 

liotbed, -blooded, -brained, cockles, foot, -head, 
-headed, house, -livered, -mouthed, press, 
pressed, -short, -spirited, spur, spurred. 

liStel-de-ville, -dieu. 

houndfish. 

hound' s-tongue. 

hourglass. 

lioiisebote, breaker, breaking, builder, carl, 
hold, holder, keeper, keeping, leek, line, maid, 
mate, room, warming, Avife, wifely, wifery, 
work, Wright. 

hover-hawk. 

lioAvbeit, ever, soever. 

hoyman. 

hubble-bubble. 

liiicltle-backed, berry. 

hugger-mugger. 

bumblebee. 

Ixiimpback, backed, -shouldered. 

liuneliback, backed. 

liundredfold, weight. 

huntsman. 

liurdleman, work. 

hurdy-gurdy. 

hurlbone. 

hurly-burly. 

Huron-Iroquois. 

husbandman. 

liydra-tainted. 

liydro (prefix) -electric, -extractor; the rest 
one word. 

liypo-isotonic; the rest one word. 



Iceberg, bird, bound, -built, fall, man, quake. 

icy-pearled. 

Ideo (prefix) -motion, -motor; rest one word. 

ihlang-ihlang. 

ileo-ileostomy; the rest one word. 

Ill-favoredly. -favoredness, -naturedly, -na- 
turedness, treat, -wisher; adjectives take hy- 
phen. 

imber-goose. 

imp-pole. 

In (English prefix) -going; the rest one word. 

incense-breathing. 

Int'limeal, pin, worm. 

Incito-motor, -motory. 

Indiaman. 

indoaniline. 

Indo-Briton, -Chinese, -English, -European, 
-Germanic. 

infra (prefix) -axillary, -red; th 3 rest one word. 

inhibitory-motor. 

inkfish, horn, stand, stone. 

innholder, keeper, yard. 

irestone. 

ironbark, bound, clad, heads, master, monger, 
mongery, sides, smith, stone, ware, weed, wood, 
work, wort; other adjectives take hyphen. 

Ivory-bill, type 

ivy-mantled. 



jack-a-dandy, -a-lent, ass, -at-a-pinch,-at-all- 
trades, -at-the-hedge. bird, -by-the-hedge, 
daw, -in-a-box, -in-offlce, -in-the-bush, -in- 
the-green, -in-the-hedge,-in-the-pulpit, knife, 
man, -of-the-buttery, -of-the-clock, -o'-lan- 
tern, -on-both-sides, -out-of-olfice, pudding, 
saw, screw, slave, smith, snipe, stay, stone, 
straw, -with-a-lantern , wood. 

jambone. 

jane-of-apes. 

janns-faced, -headed. 



jarfly, nut, -owl. 

jawbone, -fall, -fallen, foot. 

jayliawker. 

jcllyfisl), -leaf. 

jcrkinhcad. 

jerry-builder, -built. 

jet-black. 

jevvbush, fish, stone. 

jewel weed. 

jew'8-ear, -harp, -stone. 

JiRJog. 

jill-flirt. 

jim-crovv. 

jobbernowl. 

Joe-Pye weed. 

jolinadreams, -apple. 

jolinnycake, -jump-up. 

joinhand. 

jolnt-fir, -grass, -snake, weed, worm. 

jolly-boat, tail. 

journeyman, work. 

Judas-colored. 

judge-advocate, -advocate-general. 

'jugfish. 

jump weld. 

Juneberry. 

Jura-trias, -triassic. 

juryman, -rigged. 

K 

keelbill, fat, haul, man, rake, son. 

kelpflsh, ware, wort. 

kentledge. 

kettledrum, drummer. 

keyboard, -cold, hole, note, seat, stone, way. 

kicksy-wicksy. 

kickup. 

kidney-form, -shaped, worm, wort. 

kie-kie. 

klUdeer, -joy. 

kiln-dry, hole. 

kind-hearted, -heartedness. 

kinepox. 

king-at-arms, bird, bolt, craft, cup, fish, fisher, 

-post, -rod. 
kinsfolk, man, woman, 
kippernut. 
kipskin. 

kirkman, yard, 
kissingcrust, -hand, 
kiss-me. 
kitcat. 

kitchenmaid, 
kiteflier, flying, 
knapbottle, sack, weed, 
kneebrush, cap, -crooking, -deep, -high, joint 

jointed, pan, piece, 
kniteboard, -edge. 

knlg'lit-errant, -errantry, -erratic, head, 
knightswort. 
knitback. 

knobberry, stick, weed. 

knockabout, away, down, -knee, -kneed, stone, 
knotberry, grass, liorn, weed, wort. 
know-all, -nothing, -nothingism. 
knucklebone, 
kohl-rabi. 



lace-bark, man, wing, -winged. 

lackadaisy, aday, brain, luster. 

lacwork. 

ladybird, bug, clock, fish, -killer, -killing, like, 

love, 
lake-dweller, weed. 
lambale, kill, like, skin, 
lamb's-quarters. 

lampblack, fly, light, lighter, -post, wick, 
lancewood. 
landfall, flood, grave, holder, holding, lady, 

lock, locked, lord, lubber, man, mark!^ owner, 

owning, -poor, reeve, scape, slip, slide, waiter, 
landsman, 
lantern-jawed, 
lapboard, dog. -jointed, stone, streak, -welded, 

■wing, work, 
lard worm, 
large-acred, -handed, -hearted, -heartedness. 



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52 



lark-colort'd, spur. 

lark's-lieel. 

lasslorn. 

latflikey, string. 

latli-shaped, work. 

lathereeve. 

latticework. 

laughworthy. 

laughingstock. 

laundryman. 

laAV-abiding, breaker, breaking, giver, giving, 
maker, making, monger, suit. 

lawyerlike. 

layman, stall. 

lazyback, bones. 

leadbeater, wort. 

leadsman. 

lealcup, stalk; adjectives take hyphen. 

lean-faced, -to, -witted. 

leapfrog. 

leasehold, holder, holding. 

leatlierback, fish, head, neck, side, wing, wood. 

leave-taking. 

leeboard, way. 

leeclicraft, eater. 

leetman. 

left-handedness; adjectives take hyphen. 

leg-of-mutton (a.). 

lego-literary. 

Lenni-Lenape. 

let-alone, -off, -up. 

letterleaf, press, wood. 

leverwood. 

lickpenny, -spittle. 

lie-de-vin. 

liegeman . 

lieno-intestinal. 

lieutenant-commander, -general. 

llteblood, boat, -giving, hold, like, likeness, long, 
mate, -preserver, -preserving, -saving, -size, 
spring, string, time, -weary. 

liglit-boat, -headedness, -heartedly, -hearted- 
ness, -horseman, -house, man, -mindedness, 
-o'-love, room, -ship, wood; adjectives all take 
hyphen. 

lighterman. 

lign-aloes. 

lignum-vitse. 

like-minded. 

lily-handed, -livered, wort. 

liniehound, kiln, stone, -twigged, wash (v.), 
water. 

linchpin. 

lineman. 

lins-bird, thorn. 

linkboy, man, work. 

Imsey-woolsey. 

llonfish, -heart, -hearted, like. 

lipflsh. 

liquldambar. 

listwork. 

live-forever, long. 

liverleaf, wort; adjectives take hyphen. 

liveryman. 

loadstar, stone. 

loanmonger. 

lobcock, scouse, sided, worm. 

lobefoot, -footed. 

lock-down, jaw, man, out, smith, up, -weir. 

loco; all one word except loco weed. 

lode-ship. 

loess-kindchen. 

log-chip, cock, fish, man, roll, roller, rolling, 
-ship, M'ood. 

loggerhead, headed, heads. 

lombard-house. 

longbeak, beard, boat, bow, hand, -headedness, 
horn, jaw, legs, nose, shanks, shore, shoreman, 
-sight; -sightedness, spun, spur, -stop, -suffer- 
ance, -suffering, tail, -tongue, ways, -winded- 
ness, wise; other adjectives take hyphen. 

lookdown, out. 

looking-glass. 

loom-gale. 

loophole, holed, light. 

loosestrife. 

lopseed; adjectives one word. 

lordlike. 

lot-tree. 

lotus-eater. 



loud-mouthed, -voiced. 

loup-cervier, -garou, -loup. 

louseberry, wort. 

loveflowef, -in-a-mist, -in-idlcness, -lies-bleed- 
ing, lock, lorn, -making, -sick, -sickness. 

loving-kindness. 

lowbell, born, -boy, bred, -church, -churchism, 
-churchman, -churchmanship, land, lander, 
-lived, -minded, -mindedness, -necked, -pres- 
sure, -spirited, -spiritedness, -studded, 
-thoughted. 

lower-case. 

lozenge-shaped. 

lugmark, sail, worm. 

lumberman. 

lunipfish, sucker. 

lungfish, -grown, -sick (a.), worm, wort. 

lurchline. 

lustwort. 

lute-backed, string. 

lying-in. 

lynx-eyed. 

lyreman. 

M 

macro-chemistry. 

mad-apple, brain, brained, cap, -headed, house, 

man, stone, Aveed, wort, 
madderwort. 
magneto (prefix) -electric, -electricity, -optic, 

-optics; the rest one word. 
maidpale, servant. 
maidenhair, head, like. 
Maidmarian. 

mall-cheekcd, clad, -shell, 
main-gauche, -hamper, land, mast, pin, sail, 

sheet, spring, stay, top. 
major-domo, -general, 
make-belief, -believe, -game, -peace, shift, -up, 

weight. 
making-iron, -up. 
mallowwort. 
malmbrick. 
maltman, worm, 
mammato-cumulus. 
manbote, -eater, hole, -of-the-earth, -of-war, 

root, rope, servant, slaughter, slayer, stealer, 

stealing, trap, way. 
mandlestone. 
manesheet. 
mangel-wurzel. 
mantelpiece, shelf, tree, 
manyplies, root; the rest take hyphen, 
maplike. 

marblehead, wood; the rest take hyphen. 
marcliman, -ward. 
March-mad. 
mare's-nest, --tail. 
maria-m.olle. 
marksman. 

marlberry, pit, stone, 
marrowbone, fat. 
marslibanker, fish, flower, wort, 
mar-text, 
mary-bud, sole, 
mask flower, 
masse-cuite. 
masthead, house, 
masterpiece, singer, wort, 
matfelon, weed. 

niatcli-cloth, -coat, lock, maker, making, 
matter-of-fact, 
maudlinwort. 
maul-stick. 
mawseed, worm, 
niaxillo-mandibular, -palatine; the rest one 

word. 
maybe, bird, bloom, bush, cock, fish, flower, hap, 

pole, pop. weed, wort. 
meadoTivsweet, wort, 
mealberry, time, 
mealy-mouthed, -mouthedness. 
mean-spirited, -spiritedness, time, while, 
mechanico-chemical. 
medico-legal, 
medium-sized, 
meetinghouse, 
mela-rosa. 
mell-doll, -supper. 



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DOUBLE WORDS 



mem-sahib. 

men-pleaser. 

merchantman. 

meresman. 

merestead, stone. 

merry-andrew, -go-round, make, maker, mak- 
ing, meeting, thought, wing. 

meseems. 

messmate. 

metalammonium, man, organic. 

metecorn, wand. 

metergram. 

methylamine. 

iiiezzo-rilievo, -soprano, tint, tinter, tinto. 

micaceo-calcareous. 

micro (prefix) -chemical, -chemistry, -geolog- 
ical, -geology, -millimeter, -organism, -photo- 
graph; the rest one word. 

mid-age, -air, brain, -center, -channel, day, 
' feather, gut, heaven, land, lent, main, night, 
-ocean, radius, rib, ship, ships, -styled, summer, 
watch, way, week, wife, wifery, winter. 

middle-age, -aged, -ground, man. 

milepost, stone. 

militiaman. 

millc-fisb, -livered, maid, man, sop, weed, wort. 

millboard, -cake, dam, rind, -sixpence, stone, 
work, wright. 

miltwaste. 

mince-meat. 

mlntman, -mastei 

miiiiite-jack, man. 

miro-miro. 

mlseliief-maker, -making. 

mitchboard. 

miterwort. 

mizzenmast. 

mobcap. 

mockbird. 

mockingstock. 

moko-moko. 

moldboard, warp, 

molebut, cast, -eyed, hill, skin. 

money-maker, -making, wort. 

monkey-bread, -cup, -pot, tail. 

monkti.sh, flower. 

monkshood. 

mono-ideism; the rest one word. 

monte-acid, -jus. 

moonbeam, blind, blink, calf, -culminating, 
-eye, -eyed, -faced, fish, flower, glade, light, 
lighter, lit, raker, rise, sail, seed, set, shine, 
shiner, shiny, stone, stricken, struck, wort. 

moorball, berry, land, pan, stone, wort. 

moosewood. 

moot-hall, -house, -hill, man. 

mopboard, stick. 

mope-eyed, hawk. 

moreland, over, pork. 

morning-glory, tide. 

morris-chair. 

mossback, banker, -grown, head, trooper, wort. 

motli-eat, -eaten. 

motlier-in-law, land, -naked, -of-pearl, -of- 
thyme, wort. 

motley-minded. 

motorman. 

mouse-ear, flsh, hole, tail. 

mouth-footed, -made, piece, root. 

mowburn. 

muckmidden, worm. 

mudfish, hole, stone, sucker, wall, weed, Avort. 

muddlehead, -headed. 

muddy-headed, -mettled. 

mufflejaw. 

mughouse, weed, wort. 

mulberry-faced . 

mule-jenny, wort. 

mum-chance. 

muscle-bound. 

mushroom-headed. 

muskflower, melon, rat, wood. 

muttonwood. 

muzzle-loader, -loading, wood. 

:n" 

nablock. 

nailbrush, -headed, wort. 

namby-pamby. 



namesake. 

namma-hole. 

nannyberry. 

nap-taking. 

nape-crest. 

narrow (prefix), all take hyphen. 

natterjack. 

navel-string, wort. 

navy-yard. 

near-legged, sighted, sightedne.s3. 

neatherd. 

neat's-foot (a.). 

neb-neb. 

neckband, cloth, lace, laced, land, mold, plate, 

tie, wear, weed, 
needlebook, bush, case, fish, -pointed, stone, 

tail, woman, work, 
ne'er-do-well, 
negrohead. 
neo (prefix) takes hyphen when followed by 

cap; otherwise one word, 
nero-antico. 
nerve-shaken, 
netflsh, -veined, work, 
nettlebird. 
nevermore, theless. 

ne^vcomer, -model; adjectives all one word ex- 
cept -year. 
newsboy, -letter, man, monger, paper, room, 

-vender, -writer, 
niggerflsh, head, toe. 
niglitcap, dress, fall, gown, jar, long, man, 

mare, shade, shirt, time; other adjectives take 

hyphen, 
nine-bark, -eyes, fold, holes, -killer, pence, 

pins, score. 
ninnyhammer. 
nipplewort. 

nitro (prefix) -chloroform; the rest one v;ord. 
nobody, -man's land, way, where, whither, wise, 
nobleman, -minded, -mindedness, woman, 
nogglehead. 
nol-pros(v.). 
noli-me-tangere. 
non-ego, -feasance, -pros (v. ) ; the rest one word 

unless followed by cap. 
nonesuch. 

noonday, -flower, tide. 
northeast, caster, easterly, eastern, eastward, 

eastwardly, west, wester, westerly, western, 

westward, westwardly. 
Northman. 

nosebag, band, bleed, burn, fish, gay, smart, 
notwheat, withstanding, 
notcliboard, weed, 
notebook, worthy, 
nowadays, 
nullah-nullah, 
numbfish, 
nunbird. 

nursehound, maid, pond, 
nurseryman, 
nutbreaker, -brown, cracker, gall, hatch, hook, 

jobber, pecker, shell. 



O 



oarfish, foot, -footed, lap, lock, weed, 
oarsman, 
oatcake, meal, 
oathbreaking. 
oblique-angled . 
obtuse-angled, -angular, 
occipito-axial, -mastoid, 
odd-pinnate. 

«Bil-de-bceuf, -de-perdrix. 
ott'(p''efix) ; all one word, 
officeholder, 
oftentimes, 
ofttimes. 
ohmmeter. 

oilbird, cloth, flsh, man, nut, seed, skin, stone. 
old (prefix) -maidism, -womanishness; adjec- 
tives take hyphen, 
oliveback, wood, 
olla-podrida. 
omnium-gatherum. 
on-hanger, -looker, -looking, rush, set, to. 



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54 



onetaerry, self, -sidedly, -sidediiess; adjectives 

take hyphen, 
onionskin, 
opeiibill, -handedness, -heartedly, -hearted- 

ness, work, adjectives talce hyphen, 
operameter. 

Orangeman, root, -tawnj'. 
orang-outang, 
ordnance-sergeant, 
otlierguise, where, while, wise. 
out (prefix) -patient; the rest one word unless 

followed by cap, or, adjectively, by "of," in 

which case use hyphen. 
ovate (prefix), all" words take hyphen, 
ovenbird. 
over (prefix) -arm, -bus}% -garment, -sea (a.), 

sea (adv.); the rest one word, 
oversman. 
owl-eyed, light, 
oxbane, bird, biter, bow, eye, -eyed, fly, gang, 

goad, head, heal, heart, hide, "horn, like, lip, 

pecker, shoe, tongue, 
oyster-green. 



paceboard. 

paclthouse, man, way. 

paddlecock, fish, wood. 

paddymelon. 

paliistaker, taking, worthy. 

paintroot. 

paleface. 

pallbearer, -mall. 

palmerworm. 

palsywort. 

Pan- American, -Anglican. 

pan, all one word, except pan fish. 

panelwork. 

panic-stricken, -struck. 

papboat. 

paperbark. 

papier-m.achL\ 

para-ansesthesia; the rest one word. 

parkleaves. 

parrotbeak. 

parrot's-bill. 

party-coated, -colored. 

passageway. 

passer-by. 

pass-key, man, over, -parole, port, word. 

Passiontide. 

pasteboard. 

patelihead, work. 

patent-hammered. 

paternoster. 

patlifinder, maker, waj 

patrolman. 

pattypan. 

pawnbroker, broking. 

paymaster. 

paymaster-general . 

peabird, chick, cock, fowl, grit, hen, -jacket, 

nut, stone, 
peaeebreaker, breaking, maker, making, 
peacliblow, -colored, wood, wort. 
pearlash, berry, bush, -eyed, fish, fruit, stone, 

wort, 
pear-shaped, 
peascod, weep, 
peau-d'orange. 
pebblestone, ware, 
peelhouse. 
peephole, 
pegroots. 
pellmell (adv.). 
pencraft, fish, holder, knife, man, rack, stock, 

tail, trough, wiper, woman, 
penny-a-liner, royal, weight, wort, worth, 
penthouse, roof, stock, 
pepperbrand, corn, grass, mint, wort, 
pepsinhydrochloric. 
peri-esophageal, the rest one word. 
Permo-Carboniferous. 
pesthouse. 
petermau, wort, 
pettychaps, wind, 
pewfellow. 
plienylamine, auramine. 



phosphor-bronze. 

plioto (prefix) -electric, -electricity, -electro- 
graph, -electrotype, -engrave, -engraving, -epi- 

nasty, -etch, -etching; the re.st one word. 
pliysico (prefix) -mathematics, -philosophy, 

-theology; the rest one word, 
pia-matral. 
pianoforte, 
pibcorn. 
pickaback, aniuny, ax, back, -fault, lock, maw, 

mire, pack, penny, pocket, purse, thank, 
pickleworm. 

piebald, man, plant, poudre. 
piecemeal, mealed, work, 
pierhead. 

piezo-electric, -electricity. 
pig-eyed, face, fish, foot, -headed, -headedness, 

-jawed, nut, pen, skin, -sticking, sty, tail, tailed, 

weed, widgeon, 
pigeon-breasted, foot, -hearted, hole, -livered, 

toed, 
pikeman, staff, tail, 
pileworm, -worn, wort, 
pillowcase. 

pill-willet, worm, wort, 
pilotweed. 
pinbush, cushion, -eyed, feather, feathered -fire, 

fish, fold, hold, patch, tail, -tailed, weed, worm, 
pince-nez. 

l>inclicdck, fist, penny, 
pineapple, -clad, -crowned, drops, finch, sap, 

weed, 
pinlt-eyed, fish, root, -sterned, weed, wood, 
pipeclay (v.), fish, layer, laying, mouth, stem, 

stone, vine, wood, wort, 
plssabed, asphalt. 

pitapat, fall, falling, -hole, man, pan. 
pltcli-black, blende, -dark, -faced, fork, -ore, 

stone, work, 
pittle-pattle. 
pixy-led. 

placeman, -proud. 

plain-heartedness, tail; adjectives take hyphen, 
plainsman, 
plane-parallel, 
planet-stricken, -struck, 
plank-sheer, 
plano-concave, -conical, -convex, -horizontal. 

-orbicular, -subulate, 
plant-cane, -eating, 
plasterwork. 
platband, 
platefish, -gilled. 
platter-faced, 
playbill, book, day, fellow, game, goer, going, 

ground, house, maker, mate, thing, time, wright, 

writer, 
pleasan t-tongued . 

l>leuro-pneumonia; the rest one word, 
plot-proof, 
plowbote, boy, foot, gang, gate, head, land, 

man, point, share, tail, wright. 
plutomania. 
pock-broken, mark, marked, -pitted, -pudding, 

wood, 
pocketbook, knife, 
pococourante. 
poebird. 

point-blank, -device, 
pointingstock. 
pointsman, 
poisonwood. 
pokebag, root, weed, 
poking-stick. 
poleax, cat, star, wig. 
policeman, 
polt-foot. 

polygamo-dioecious. 
pohdflsh, weed, 
pooh-pooh, 
poorbox, house, -John, -spirited, -spiritedness, 

-will, -Willie. 
popeye, gun. 
poppyhead. 
poritfish, wood, 
portcrayon, fire, folio, hole, hook, man, reeve, 

-royalist, way. 
porte-bonheur, -cochere, feuille, -lumiere,mon- 

naie. 
porterhouse. 



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DOUBLE WORDS 



post-abdomen, -captain, -disseizin, -disseizor, 
-fine, -Glacial, -mortem, -Nicene, -obit, -office, 
-partum, -Pliocene, -road, -temporal, -Tertiary, 
-tonic, -tragus, -tympanic; the rest one word. 

postmaster-general. 

potale, ash, -au-feu, -bellied, -belly, boiler, boy, 
hole, hook, house, latch, lid, luck, man, pie, 
pourri, sherd, stone, -valiant, -walloper. 

poucli-mouthed, -shell. 

pound-breach, cake, -degree, -foot, keeper, 
-rate. 

pousse-caf6. 

powder-down (a.), flask, horn, mill, -posted. 

praise-meeting, worthily, worthiness, worthy. 

pressman, pack, work. 

pretty-face, -spoken. 

prick-eared, madam, punch, wood. 

pricking-up. 

prickleback. 

priestcap, craft, fish, -ridden. 

prineelike, wood. 

princesslike. 

printshop. 

prittle-prattle. 

privateersman. 

prizeman. 

probe-pointed. 

prompt-book, -note. 

prongbuck, -hoe, horn. 

proof-arm, -proof. 

proto-albumose, -Doric, -elastose, -organism; 
the rest one word. 

provost-marshal, -marshal-general. 

pseudo-angle, -apostle, -bulb, -bulbil, -china, 
-clergy, -cone, -corneous, -costate, -cumene, 
-diphtheritic, -dipteral, -distance, -episcopacy, 
-foliaceous, -form, -galena, -genus, -heart, 
-hexagonal, -hypertrophic, -malachite, -mar- 
tyr, -membrane, -membranous, -metallic, 
-inonocotyledonous, -parenchyma, -perianth, 
-periodic, -peripteral, -philosopher, -romantic, 
-siphon, -siphuncle, -symmetric, -symmetry, 
-xanthin; the rest one word. 

psittaco-fulvine. 

psycho-motor. 

public (prefix), all take hyphen. 

pucltball, fist. 

pudding-headed. 

puddle-ball, -bar. 

puffball, -leg, -legged. 

pug-faced, -nosed. 

pullback, down. 

puntabout. 

puppetman. 

pure-impure. 

purpleheart, wood. 

purse-gilled, -proud. 

pushpin. 

putlog, -off, -up. 

putter-on. 

putty-faced, root. 

puzzle-headed. 

pygmyweed. 



Q 

qua-bird. 

quagmire. 

quaketail. 

quarry-faced, man. 

quarter-deck, foil, hung, man, master, pace, 
-phase, -saw, staff, -tenses. 

quartermaster; official names take the hy- 
phen. 

quasimodo. 

quater-cousin, -tenses. 

queenfish, -post. 

qnelquechose. 

quickbeam, hatch, lime, sand, -scented, set, 
-sighted, -sightedness, silver, silvered, silver- 
ing, step, -witted, -wittedness, work. 

quidnunc. 

qui-hi. 

quillback, wort. 

quincewort. 

quinsywort. 

quintuple-nerved, -ribbed. 

quitclaim, rent. 



R 



rabbitmouth, -mouthed, root. 

rabble-rout. 

raceabout. 

rackabones, arock, -rent, -renter, tail, work. 

racket-tail, -tailed. 

radiate-veined. 

radlo-active,-activity,-carpal,flagellata, meter, 
metric, -micrometer, -muscular, phone, -ulnar. 

raftsman. 

ragflsh, man, picker, weed, work, worm, wort. 

railroad, way. 

rainbow, bowed, drop, fall, -tight. 

rakehell, stale, -vein. 

ramline, pick, rod, shackle. 

ram's-head. 

ranchman. 

rap-full. 

rarebit, ripe. 

raree-show. 

raspberry. 

ratepayer. 

ratflsh, lines, -tail, -tailed, -trap (a.) 

ratsbane, baned. 

rat's-tail (a.). 

rattlebox, -brained, -down, head, -headed, 
pate, -pated, snake, trap, weed, wings, wort. 

ravehook. 

raven's-duck. 

rawboned, head, hide. 

razorback, -backed, bill. 

re (prefix for again), -ally, -collect, -cover, 
-create, -creation, -creative, -ferment, -form, 
-formation, -lease, -let, -mark, -present, -pre.s- 
entation, -press, -reiterate, -resolve, -search, 
-sign, -sound, -store, -treat, -turn; the rest one 
word. 

ready-made, -witted. 

rear-admiral, -horse, mouse, ward (n.). 

recto-uterine, -vaginal, -vesical. 

redback, belly, berry, bird, breast, buck, bud, 
cap, coat, eye, fin, finch, fish, -gum, -hand, 
-handed, head, hoop, horn, -hot, knees, leg, 
legs, -letter, mouth, poll, -riband, root, sear, 
shank, -short, skin, start, streak, tail, -tailed, 
-tape, -tapism, -tapist, throat, top, ware, weed, 
wing, withe, wood. 

reedbird, buck, -mace, work. 

reef-band. 

remainder-man. 

renal-portal. 

rendrock. 

rep-silver. 

resin o-electric. 

resinwood. 

rest-harrow. 

rez-de-chauss6e. 

rhinestone. 

rhodeswood. 

rhomboid-ovate. 

rib-band, roast, wort. 

Ribbonman. 

ribbonwood. 

ricebird, flower, -shell. 

richweed. 

rickrack, stand. 

rldgeband, piece, plate, pole, rope. 

riflebird, man. 

right-about, -angled, -hand, -handed, -hand- 
edness, -hearted, -heart edness, -lined -minded, 
-mindedness, -running. 

rimbase, -fire. 

rinderpest. 

ringbark, bill, bird, bolt, bone, dove, -eye, head, 
fish, fowl, leader, man, master, neck, -necked, 
sail, straked, -streaked, tail, -tailed, toss, worm, 

ripple-marked. 

riprap, sack, saw. 

riverside, weed. 

rix-dollar. 

roach-backed. 

roadbed, maker, side, stead, way, weed. 

robe-de-chambre. 

rochelime. 

rockfish, hair, rose, sucker, weed, wood, \vork. 

rocking-chair, -horse, -stone. 

rodman, wood. 

rodsman. 



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56 



roebuck, deer, stone. 

rolling-pin. 

rollway. 

rolly-poly, -pooly. 

rooftree. 

roommate. 

roostcock. 

rootcap, stock, worm. 

ropeband, bark, dancer, dancing, walk, walker, 

way, -yarn, 
rope's-end (v.). 
rosebay, bill, bud, bush, -colored, -cut, drop, 

finch, 'fish, head, hill, mary, -pink, -red, -rial, 

root, -water (a.), wood, worm, wort, 
rosinweed. 

rougeberry, croix, dragon, 
roughcast, caster, draw, dry, -footed, -grained, 

head, hew, hewer, hewn, leg, -legged, rider, 

scufi', setter, shod, strings, tail, wing, work, 

wrought, 
roughing-in. 
roundabout, -arm (a.), -backed, fish, head, 

headed, house, ridge, -shouldered, tail, top, 

-up, worm, 
roundsman, 
rou.seabout. 
roustabout. 
roAVboat, lock, port. 
rubblestone, work, 
rubstone. 

rubytail, -tailed, throat, wood. 
rudderhead, hole, post, stock, 
rug-gowned 
rule-monger, 
rumseller. 
rump-fed. 

runabout, -around, away, fish, -off,' round, way. 
runghead. 
rupturewort. 

rusli-bearing, light, like, 
ruta-baga. 
ruttou-root. 



S 



saberbill, tooth, -toothed, wing, 
sacculo-coehlear, -utricular, 
sackbut, cloth, clothed, -winged, 
saddleback, -backed, bags, bow, cloth, nose, 

rock, -shaped, tree, 
sadiron. 

safe-conduct, -edged, guard, -keeping, -pledge, 
sagebrush, bush, rose, wood, 
sailboat, cloth, fish, maker, making. ■ 
Salnt-Simonian, -Simonianlsm, -Simonism. 
salacetol, band, eratus. 
salal-berry. 
salamstone. 
salesman, woman, 
salework. 
sally man. 
salso-acid. 

saltbush, cat, cellar, foot, -green, mouth, wort, 
salverform, -shaped, 
sance-bell. 
sandalwood, 
sandbagger, -blind, fish, glass, hiller, lot (a.), 

man, necker, paper, peep, piper, pit, stay, stone, 

weed, wood, worm, wort, 
sang-froid. 

sans-culotte, -culottic, -culottism, -souci. 
saphead, skull, wood, 
sapi-utan. 
sapphire wing, 
satlnbush, wood, 
sauce-alone, box, pan. 
saunders-blue. 
save-all. 
sawbelly, bill, bones, buck, dust, fish, fly, horn, 

horse, mill, -set, tooth, -toothed, -whet, -wort, 

-wrest, 
saxhorn, -tuba, 
scabwort, 
scaldberry, fish. 

sealeback. beam, board, fish, foot, tail, -winged, 
scallop-shell (a.). 
scaly-winged. 

scapegallows, goat, grace, -wheel, 
scarecrow. 



scarfskin. 

scarletseed. 

seatter-braiu, -brained, good. 

sceneman, shifter. 

scentwood. 

scholarlike. 

sclioolbook, boy, dame, fellow, girl, house, 
ma'am, maid, man, master, mate, mistress, 
room, -ship, -teacher, -teaching. 

sclssorbill, bird. 

sclssorsbill, tail, -tailed. 

scorpionwort. 

scot-free. 

scotch-hopper. 

Scotchman. 

scourfish, way. 

scrag-necked. 

scrapbook. 

scrapepenny. 

seratclxback, brush, weed, work. 

screw-cutting, -driver, stem. 

scrubboard, grass, stone. 

scytlieman, stone, whet. 

sea-bar, beach, beard, berry, -blubber, board, 
bound, coast, -ear, farer, faring, -gate, girt, 
going, -longworm, -maid, -mall, man, mark, 
-mell, -orb, -pen, piece, port, quake, scape, 
shell, shore, sick, sickness, side, ware, way, 
weed, wife, worthiness, worthy; adjectives not 
given take hyphen. 

seamanlike. 

sealbird, -brown, skin, wort. 

searchlight. 

searcloth. 

Se-baptist. 

second-class, -first, -foot, hand, -rate, -sight, 
-sighted. 

secreto-inhibitory, -motor, -motory. 

secundo-geniture. 

see-bright, catch, caw, saw, see. 

seedbox, cake, cod, -lac, lip, lop, time. 

seedsman. 

seek-no-further, -sorrow. 

seerfish, hand. 

selectman. 

self (prefix) same; all the rest take hyphen. 

senil (prefix), all one word except where fol- 
lowed by cap, in which case use hyphen. 

sensori-motor, -volitional. 

sergeant-at-arms, -major. 

series-wound. 

serio-comic. 

serpent-tongued, wood. 

serrate-ciliate, -dentate. 

serum-therapy. 

servo-motor. 

sessile-eyed. 

setback, bolt, down, -fair, -off, out, -stitched, 
-to, -up. 

setterwort. 

seven-eyes, fold, holes, night, score, -shooter, 
-thirties, -up. 

sliadberry, bird, fly, -spirit, -waiter, working. 

sliadefish, tail. 

sUagbark, -haired, -rag. 

shakedown. 

shallovF (prefix), adjectives take hyphen. 

shamefaced, fast, flower, -proof. 

shard-borne. 

sliarebeam, bone, broker, holder, wort. 

sharp-cut, saw, -set, shooter, shooting, 
-sighted, -sightedness, tail, -witted. 

shatter-brained, -pated. 

shawfowl. 

she-balsam, -bear, -cat, -oak, -pine, sole. 

shearbill, hog, man, tail, water. 

sheathbill, claw, fish, -winged. 

sheepback, berry, cot, -faced, fold, -headed, 
hook, kill, master, rack, shank, -sick, -shearer, 
-shearing, skin, split. 

sheep's-bane, -eye, -foot. 

sheepshead. 

sheerwater. 

sheldfowl. 

shellapple, bark, fish, head, -lac, -less, proof, 
work, worm. 

shield-bearer, drake, -shaped, tail. 

shill-I-shall-I. 

shilly-shally. 

shinglewood. 



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DOUBLE WORDS 



sliinhopple, plaster. 

sliiUboard, builder, building, holder, load, mas- 
ter, mate, owner, -rigged, shape, worm, wreck, 
Wright, yard. 

shireman. 

shiver-spar. 

sl»ockdog, -head, -headed. 

slioebill, black, horn, maker, making. 

shoeing-horn. 

shootboard. 

shootersun. 

sliop (prefix), all one word. 

shore weed. 

shortcake, -circuit (v.), clothes, coming, hand, 
head, horn, neck, sighted, stop, wing; other 
adjectives take hyphen. 

sliot-clog, gun, -proof. 

shoulder-shotten. 

sliovelbill, board, fish, head, nose, -nosed. 

sliowbread, man, room. 

shredcoek. 

shrewmouse. 

shrill-gorged, -tongued. 

shroud-laid. 

Shrovetide. 

shufileboard, cap, wing. 

shun-pike. 

shunt- wound. 

shuttlecock. 

sick-brained. 

slcklebill, man, weed, wort. 

sideboard, bone, hill, long, piece, saddle, -taking, 
track (v.) , walk, -wheel, winder, wiper. 

sidesman. 

siegework. 

sigh-born. 

sight-hole, proof, -seeing, -seer, -shot. 

sightsman. 

signalman. 

signboard, post. 

sllkman, -stocking (a.), weed, wood, worm. 

Siluro-Celtie. 

sllverback, belly, berry, bill, billy, boom, -eye, 
fin, fish, -rod, sides, smith, spot, tail, tip, tongue, 
vine, ware, weed; adjectives take hyphen. 

simple-hearted, -minded, -mindedness. 

simon-pure. 

sinew-shrunk. 

sing-sing, -song. 

singlebar, -foot, -heartedly, -loader,^ -phaser, 
stick, thorn, ton;- tree; adjectives take hyphen. 

sister-in-law. 

sitfast. ;. 

sixfold, -footer, pence, penny, score, -shooter. 

skeelduck, goose. 

sketchbook. •; 

skewbald. 

skewerwood. 

sliidpan, way. 

skill-less. 

skimback. 

skimble-scamble. 

sltlnbound, -deep, flint. 

skipjack. 

skirlcock, crake. 

skittle-dog. 

skiverwood. 

sliullcap, fish. 

sliunkbill, head, top, weed. 

skygazer, lark, larking, light, rocket, sail; adjec- 
tives take hyphen. 

slab-sided. 

slam-bang. 

slang-whanger. 

slapdash, jack. 

slapeface. 

slate-color, -gray. 

slaughterhouse, man. 

slavebom, holder, holding. 

sleep-at-noon, -charged, waker, waking, 
walker, walking, wort. 

sleepyhead. 

sleevefish. 

sleuthhound. 

slickensides. 

slipboard, coat, knot, -on, shod, shoe, slop. 

slipperwort. 

slipperyback. 

slit-shell. 

Slopseller, shop, work. 



slothound. 

slowback, hound, worm; adjectives take 
hyphen. 

slugabed, fly, -horn, worm. 

sluiceway. 

slyboots. 

smallclothes, pox, sword. 

smalt-blue. 

smartweed. 

smearcase. 

smell-feast, -less. 

smithcraft. 

smock-faced. 

smoke-dry, house, jack, stack, wood; adjectives 
take hyphen. 

smoothbore; other adjectives take hyphen. 

snailflsh, -lilie, -paced. 

snakebird, fish, head, month, neck, root, stone, 
weed, wood. 

snake's-beard, -head, -mouthed, -tongue. 

snapdragon, head, tool, weed. 

sneezeweed, wood, wort. 

snippack, -snap. 

snipebill, fish, -nosed. 

snipper-snapper. 

snowball, berry, bird, -blind, -blindness, 
-bound, -broth, cap, -capped, drift, drop, fall, 
finch, flake, fleck, flight, fowl, plow, shed, .shoe, 
shoer, shoeing, slide, slip, storm, -white. 

snub-nosed. 

snuffbox. 

so-called (a.), -so. 

soapberry, bush, fish, root, stone, suds, wood, 
wort. 

sober-minded, -mindedness. 

sodworm. 

soft (prefix) heartedness; adjectives take 
hyphen. 

soi-disant. 

soldierwood. 

soleplate. 

sol-fa. 

solicitor-general. 

somebody, how, thing, time, times, what, when, 
where, while, whither. 

son-in-law. 

songcraft. 

sootlifast, say, sayer, saying. 

sorehead. 

sound-board; adjectives take hyphen. 

sounding-board. 

soupe-maigre. 

soursop, wood. 

southdown, east, easier, easterly, eastern, east- 
ward, eastwardly, west, wester, westerly, west- 
ern, westward, westwardly. 

southernwood. 

sowbane. 

spadebone, fish, foot. 

spaeman, wife. 

spakenet. : 

spandogs, -new, piece, worm. 

sparerib. 

sparhawk, -hung, piece. 

sparklingtail. 

sparrowgrass, tongue, wort. 

spatterdashed, dashes, -dock. 

spattling-poppy. 

spearflsh, head, man, mint, wood, wort. 

speckled-belly, -bill. 

speeehmaker. 

speedwell. 

spellbind, binder, bound, work. 

spendthrift, thrifty. 

spiceberry, bush, wood. 

spiderflower, like, wort. 

spikebill, fish, horn, nard, nose, tail. 

spile worm. 

spillway. 

splndielegs, shanks, tail, worm; adjectives take 
hyphen. 

spindrift. 

spinebaek, belly, bill, -finned, foot, tail, -tailed. 

spiny-rayed. 

spiraltail. 

spire pole. 

splritleaf, weed. 

spiritual-minded, -mindedness. 

spitball, box, fire, -venom. 

spitclicock, cocked. 



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58 



spitseocked. 

splanchno-skeleton. 

splashboard. 

splatterdash. 

splaj'foot, footed, mouth, mouthed. 

spleen wort. 

splinterproof. 

splitbeak, feet, finger, mouth, -tail, -tongued, 

worm, 
spoilfive. 

spoilsman, monger, 
spokeshave. 
spokesman, 
sponge wood, 
spoonbill, -billed, drift, flower, -meat, tail, 

wood, worm, wort, 
sportsman, 
spoiitfish, shell, 
spray board, 
spread-eagle (a.). 
sprigtail. 
springboard, bok, fish, halt, head, tail, tide, 

time, worm, 
sprltsail, tail, 
spurfiower, gall, -heeled, -royal, -shell, way, 

wing, -winged, 
spurgewort. 
spurling-line. 
spurn-water, 
spyboat, glass, 
squab-chick. 

squaremouth, -rigged, spot, tail, -toed, -toes, 
squarroso-dentate. 
squawberry, fish, root, weed. 
sqiilnt-eye, -eyed, 
stabwort. 
stableboy, man. 
stack-guard, stand, yard, 
staflfman. 

stag-evil, -horn (a.), -horned, hound, worm, 
stagecoach, coachman, -headed, house, play, 

player, -struck, 
staggerbush, wort, 
staircase, head, way. 
staltliman, wort, 
stake-driver, head, holder, 
stalemate, 
stalk-eyed, 
stalking-horse, 
stall-feed, man. 
stand-by, gale, pipe, point, still. 
stan<larcl-43red, -wing. 
stander-by, grass, wort, 
starboard, -bowlines, bush, -chamber, craft, 

finch, fish, fruit, gazer, gazing, light, like, lit, 

monger, nose, proof, shine, shoot, stone, throat, 

wort; adjectives not given take hyphen, 
starcliroot, wort, 
start-up. 

statecraft, house, monger, room, 
states-general, man, woman, 
statesmanlike, 
statuelike, 
stavewood. 

stay-bar, lace, maker, -plow, sail, ship, 
steadfast. 

steamboat, boating, ship, 
steelhead, yard. 

steep-down, grass, -up, weed, wort, 
steeplechasiug, -crowned, 
steerageway. 
steersman. 

stem-clasping, -winder, -winding, 
step-down (a.), -up (a.); the rest one word 

except step grate, 
stepping-stone. 
stereo (prefix) -chemic, -chemical, -chemistry; 

the rest one word, 
sternforemost, post, way, -wheel, -M'heeler. 
stewpan, pot. 
stlck-lac, -seed, tail, -tight, 
stickleback. 
stiff (prefix) -neckedness, tail; adjectives take 

hyphen, 
stillbirth, born, -burn, house, -hunt, -hunter, 

-hunting, room, stand, 
stiltbird. 

stingbull, fish, tail, 
stinkball, bird, bug, horn, pot, stone, weed, 

wood. 



stitchbird. 

stock-blind, broker, dove, fish, holder, jobber, 

jobbing, man, owl, -still, work, 
stokehold, hole, 
stonebird, -blind, bow, brash, -break, breaker, 

buck, chat, -cold, Cray, crop, cutter, cutting, 

-dead, -deaf, gall, -hammer, hatch, -hearted, 

-mortar, pecker, root, runner, seed, -still, wall, 

ware, weed, wood, work, wort, 
stoolball. 

stopcock, -gap, -over, ship, 
stopping-out. 

storehouse, keeper, room, ship, 
stork-billed. 

storm-beat, bird, cock, finch, glass, wind, 
storybook, -teller, -telling, -writer, 
stout-hearted, -heartedness. 
stovehouse, pipe. 
sto\iraway, board, 
straddlebug. 
straightedge, forward, forwardly, forwardness, 

horn, -joint, -lined, -out, -spoken, -way (a.), 

way (adv.). 
strait-handed, handedness, -jacket, -laced, 

-waistcoat, 
strandlooper. 
strap-shaped, work, 
strato-cirrus, -cumulus, 
stravi^berry, board, -cutter, small, smear, worm; 

adjectives take hj'phen. * 

streetwalker. 

strlngboard, course, halt, piece, 
strip-leaf, 
strokesman. 
strongback, hand, hold, -mindedness, -water; 

adjectives take hyphen, 
strum-strum, 
stub-bred, 
stuccowork. 
stuck-up. 

stndbook, flsh, -horse. 
stumbling-block, -stone. 
stump-bred, -rooted, -tailed. 
stylewort. 

sub (prefix) -base, -bass; the rest one word. 
subject-matter, -object, -objectivity, 
suckflsh, fly, stone, 
sud-oil. 

sugarhouse, plum. 
sulplio-urea; the rest one word, 
sulpliur-bottom, weed, wort, 
summer-fallow, house, stir, tide, tree, 
sunbeam, bird, blink, bonnet, bow, burn, 

-burner, burning, burst, dart, dew, dial, dog, 

down, downer, drops, fish, flower, glass, glow, 

light, like, lit, proof, rise, rising, set, setting, 

shade, shine, shiny, squall, stone, stroke, 

-struck, up; other adjectives not given take 

hyphen, 
sundry man. 

supple-chapped, -jack. 
supra (prefix) -acromial, -angular, -auricular, 

-axillary, -esophagal, -ethmoid, -ilium; the 

rest one'word. 
sure-footed, 
surfboat, man. 
surgeon-general, 
swaddlebill. 

sw^ag-bellied, belly, man. 
swagsman. 
swainmote. 

s«'allo\vfish, tail, -tailed, wing, wort, 
swampwood. 
swanfiower, herd, -hopping, like, mark, neck, 

pan, skin, -upping, wort, 
swan's-down, 
sward-cutter, 
swarmspore. 
swartback. 

swaslibuckler, way. 
svray-backed, -bracing, 
sweep-saw, stake, stakes, washer. 
s%veetbread, brier, heart, meat, root, -sop, water, 

weed, wood, wort; adjectives take hyphen. 
sivellfish, toad, 
swiftfoot. 
sivlnebread, case, -chopped, cote, fish, herd, 

pipe, -pox, stone, sty. 
SAvlngbar, devil, tree. 
sivlnglebar, tail, tree. 



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DOUBLE WORDS 



switchman. 

swivel-eyed. 

swoopstake. 

swordbill, fish, man, play, player, proof, 

-shaped, tail, 
swordsman. 



tablebook, cloth, -land, man, spoon, spoonful, 
ware. 

tacksman. 

taglock, -rag, tail. 

tail-bay, black, board, flower, piece, pin, race, 
stock, -water. 

tailor-made. 

taintworm. 

take-in, -off, -up. 

taking-off. 

talebearer, bearing, teller. 

talesman. 

tall-boy. 

tallovr-face, -faced, -wood. 

tallyho, man. 

tame-poison. 

tam-o'-shanter. 

tam-tam. 

tangfish, whaup. 

tangleberry, fish. 

tanyard. 

taphouse, room, root. 

tapeline, worm. 

taqua-nut. 

tarboy, weed, whine. 

taskmaster, work. 

tasselflsh. 

taxgatherer, gathering, payer. 

teaberry, cup, cupful, kettle, pot, -saucer, spoon, 
spoonful. 

teamwork. 

tearpit, -thumb; adjectives take hyphen. 

teaze-hole. 

teelseed. 

teeter-tail. 

teetotum (toy), -to-tum (resort), tuck. 

te-hee. 

tele-iconograph; the rest one word. 

telesmeter. 

telltale. 

tempolo-auricular; the rest one word. 

tenchweed. 

tenfold, -o'clock, penny, pins, -pounder, -strike. 

tenderfoot, -heartedly, heartedness, loin; ad- 
jectives take hyphen. 

tenter-hook. 

tenthmeter. 

tentmaker, wort. 

ternatopinnate. 

terneplate. 

terracultural, culture. 

terre-tenant, -verte. 

terror; adjectives take hyphen. 

tete-ii-tete, -de-pont. 

tether-ball. 

tetra; all one word except tetra paper. 

tetter-totter, wort. 

text-book, -hand, man. 

thale-eress. 

thankworthiness, worthy. 

thanksgiver, giving. 

theftbote. 

thenadays. 

tlienceforth, forward. 

there (prefix) -anent; the rest one word. 

tliernio-aneesthesia, -element, -excitory, -in- 
hibitory; the rest one word. 

tliickbill, head, -knee, leaf, set, skin, skull, 
-stamen; other adjectives take hyphen. 

tlilnibleberry, eye, rig, rigger, weed. 

thin; adjectives take hyphen. 

thio-urea; the rest one word. 

tiiird-borough, -penny. 

thornback, bill, bird, but, -headed, set, tail. 

thorough-brace, bred, fare, foot, going, 
-lighted, paced, pin, sped, wax, wort. 

thonsandfold, -jacket. 

thrall-less, -like. 

threadbare, fin, fish, foot, -shaped, worm. 

three-decker, fold, pence, penny, -phaser, -pile: 
other adjectives take hyphen. 



thricecock; adjectives take hyphen. 

tliroatband, boll, latch, root, wort. 

throw-crook, -off. 

thriini-eyed, wort. 

thunibbird. screw. 

thunderbird, bolt, burst, clap, cloud, fish, 
flower, fly, head, proof, shower, squall, stone, 
storm, strike, worm. 

thyrseflower. 

tib-cat. 

tiekseed, tack. 

tidbit. 

tideland, -rode, waiter, way. 

tide.sman. 

tidytips. 

tiebar, beam, -rod, tick, wig. 

tierce-magor. 

tiger-eye, -foot, -footed. 

tiger's-foot, -milk. 

tile-drain (v.), fish, root, seed, .stone. 

tilly-vally. 

tilt-mill, -up, -yard. 

tlniberhead, man, work. 

timekeeper, piece, pleaser, saving, server, serv- 
ing, -table; other adjectives take hyphen. 

tim-whiskey. 

tinman, mouth, smith, stone, tie, type, ware. 

tipburn, cart, cat, staff, toe, top, -up, worm. 

tippling-house. 

tire- woman. 

tiring-room. 

titbit, lark, mouse. 

titano-cyanide, -fluoride, -silicate. 

tithingman. 

title-page. 

titter-totter. 

tittlebat, -tattle, -tattling. 

ti-tri. 

toadback, eater, fish, flax, flower, head, stone 
stool. 

toastmaster. ' 

tobyman. 

to-day, -do, -fall, -morrow, -name, -night, willy. 

toe-toe. 

toftman. 

toi-toi. 

tollbooth, gate, house, man. 

tomboy, cat, cod, fool, foolery, John, noddy, rig, 
tit, -torn. 

tombstone. 

tonguebird, fish, flower, -flowered, -shaped, 
-shell, -tie, -tied, worm. 

ton-mile. 

tool-post, -stock, -rest. 

tooHwood. 

toothache, back, bill, brush, drawer, flower, 
pick, shell, wort. 

top-armor, -block, -boots, -chain, -cloth, coat, 
-drain, -draining, -dress, -dressing, -gallant, 
-hamper, -heavy, knot, -light, man, mast, 
piece, -proud, -rope, sail, -shaped, -shell, sides, 
soil, soiling, stone, -tackle, -timbers, -tool. 

tops-and-bottoms, man. 

torehbearer, light, wood, wort. 

tortoise-flower. 

tosspot. 

touchback, -box, down, hole, -me-not, -needle, 
-pan, -paper, piece, stone, wood. 

tough-cake, -head, -pitch. 

tous-les-mois. 

tout-ensemble. 

towboat, cock, -head, line, path, rope. 

towerwort. 

town-crier, hall, house. 

townsfolk, man. people. 

toyhouse, man, shop, wort. 

trackman, master, -road, scout. 

trade-mark. 

tradesman, people, -unionist, woman. 

tragi-comedy, -comic, -comical, -comi-pastoral. 

trainband, bearer, 

traiurail, road, way. 

trans (prefix), one word unless followed by a 
cap, then use hyphen. 

trapball, door, liole, stick. 

trawlboat, net, warp. 

treacle wort. 

treadboard, mill, -softly, wheel. 

treasure-house, -trove. 

treebeard, nail. 



DOUBLE WORDS 



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trencher-man. 

trench-plow. 

trestletree, work. 

tres-tyne. 

tricktrack. 

trigesimo-secundo. 

trlpe-de-roche, man, stone. 

triple-crowned, -headed, -tail. 

tripmadam. 

troopbird, fowl, ship. 

trophywort. 

trothplighted. 

trou-de-loup. 

trough-shell. 

troutbird, -colored. 

trucebreaker. 

truckle-bed. 

truckman. 

true-blue, -born, -bred, -hearted, heartedness, 

love, -penny, 
trumpet-shaped, -tongued, weed, wood, 
trumplike. 

trundle-bed, head, tail. 
trunkback, fish, nose, work, 
trustworthy, worthiness. 
trutli -lover, -teller, 
trysail, -square. 

tubeform, -nosed, rose, -shell, worm, 
tubfish, man. 
tuck-net. 
tue-iron, -irons, 
tuf-taffeta. 
tutthunter, hunting, 
tugboat, 
tuko-tuko. 

tulip-eared, -shell, wood. 
tumblebug, -down, dung, weed, 
tumpline. 
tum-tum. 
tun-bellied, hoof, 
tupman. 

turban-shell, -top. 
turfman, worm, 
turkeyback. 
turnbroaeh, -buckle, coat, cock, halle, key, -out, 

over, pike, plate, -sick, .sole, spit, stile, stone, 

table, wrest. 
turnip-shell, wood, 
turtleback, dove, -footed, head, -shell, 
tusk-shell. 

tut-nose, -work, -workman, 
tutti-frutti, 
tu-whit, -whoo. 
twa-oo. 

twelftli-cake, -day, -night, -second, tide, 
twelvemonth, pence, penny, score. 
tAventyfold, -fourmo. 
tAvlce (prefix); adjectives take hyphen, 
twlnborn, leaf, like, likeness, 
twire-snipe. 
twitlark. 
twittle-twattle. 
'twixt-brain. 
tivo-decker, fold, pence, penny, -phaser, -step; 

other adjectives take hyphen. 
tyleberry. 
typesetter, setting, write, writer, writing. 

u 

U-shaped. 

ultra-elliptic; the rest one word. 

un (prefix), always one word unless followed by 

cap letter, when the hyphen ^\'ill be used. 
under (prefix) -age, -arm, -garment; the rest 

one word, 
unhooped-for. 
unlooked-for. 

up (prefix) -line, -to-date; the rest one word. 
Ural-Altaic, 
uranoso-uranie. 
uran-utan. 
urn-shaped, 
uva-ursi. 



V-shaped. 

vainglorious, gloriously, gloriousness, glory. 

valve-shell. 



van-courier, guard. 

vare-headed. ' . 

vase-shaped. 

vaso-inhibitory; the rest one word. 

vegeto-alkali, -animal. 

veinstone. 

velvetbreast, leaf. 

venthole. 

ventro-inguinal, lateral. 

vergeboard. 

ver-macaque. 

vertebro-iliac. 

vestrjTnan. 

vi-apple. 

vice-consul, gerency, gerent, man, -regal, 

royalty, 
vigesimo-quarto. 
vine-clad, dresser, yard, 
violet-tip. 
vis-a-vis. 
\atreo-electric. 
vitro-di-trina,. 

voltammeter, ampSre, meter, 
volta-electric, -electrometer, meter, metric, 

plast, type, 
volte-face. 

voorlooper, trekker. 
vow-fellow, 
vulvo-uterine. 



w 



wage-earner, -work, worker. 

Avagoii-headed, load, -roofed, wright. 

wagtail. 

Avalnbote, wright. 

waistband, cloth, coat. 

wait-a-bit, awhile. 

wake-robin, time. 

"walk-mill, -over. 

Avallbird, -eye, -eyed, flower, -plat, -sided, 

wort. 
w amble-cropped, 
wampumpeag. 
Avar-beaten, fare, like, lock, monger, mouth, 

path, proof, wolf, worn. 
Avard-corn, mote, robe, room, 
wardsman. 
Avarehouse, room, 
warehouseman, 
warkloom. 

vt^arm-blooded, -hearted, -heartedness. 
wartweed, wort. 
Avasliboard, bowl, dish, house, -off, out, pot, 

stand, tail, tub. 
Avaslierman, woman, 
wastebasket, board, book, weir. 
■watclidog, house, maker, man, tower, word, 

work, 
Avater-bearer, board, bok, -bound, -closet, 

-colorist, cup, fall, flood, fowl, -furrow, -horse, 

-laid, leaf, -logged, man, mark, melon, phone, 

pot, proof, proofing, -ret, -rolled, -rot, scape, 

shed, shoot, -soak, spout, -standing, -tath, 

-tight, -vascular, way, weed, -withe, work, 

worn, wort, 
wattlebird, -faced, 
wattmeter, 
wave-worn, 
waw-waw. 
"tvaxberry, bill, bird, bush, -eye, flower, weed, 

wing, work, ^\'orker. 
Avaybill, board, bread, bung, farer, faring, gate, 

-going, -goose, lay, layer, maker, mark, side, 

-wise, wiser, worn, 
wayz-goose. 
Aveakflsh, -hearted, -kneed, -minded, -minded- 

ness. 
wealsman. 

"tveasel-faced, fish, snout. 
Aveatlier-beaten, -bit, -bitten, board, boarding, 

-bound, cock, -driven, -fend, fish, glass, head, 

proof, wise, worn, 
weaverflsh. 

webeye, foot, worm; adjectives take hyphen, 
wedgebill, -shell; adjectives take hyphen, 
weeding-rhim. 
vreet-bird, -weet. 
Aveiglibeam, board, bridge, -house, lock, master. 



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DOUBLE WORDS 



welladay, -being, doer, doing, drain (v.), head, 
hole, -meaner, -nigh, spring, -wilier, -wish, 
wisher; adjectives take hyphen. 

wentletrap. 

werewolf. 

wetbird, -shod. 

Avlialebacli, boat, bone, liead, man. 

ivliatever, not, soever. 

whealworm. 

wlieatbird, ear, worm. 

wheelband, barrow, bird, house, man, -shaped, 
stone, swarf, work, -worn, wright. 

wheen-cat. 

Avlienever, soever. 

Avlieiiceever, soever. 

*vl»ereabout, abouts, as, at, by, for, from, in, 
into, of, on, out, soever, through, to, unto, 
upon, with, withal. 

whetstone. 

"it^lieyface, -faced. 

ivliieliever, soever. 

wliinberry, chat, -sill, stone, yard. 

Avlilpbird, cord, fish, graft, "lash, -poor-will, 
saw, -shaped, staff, stalk, stick, stitch, stock, 
-tom-kelly, worm. 

wlilpper-in, snapper. 

whipsey-derry. 

whirlabout, bat, -blast, pool, wig, wind. 

AVlilstleflsh, wing, wood. 

wlilteback, bait, bark, beam, beard, belly, bill, 
-blaze, blow, bottle, boy, cap, coat, -ear, -eye, 
-face, flsh, -foot, head, -heart, -pot, root, rump, 
side, smith, tail, thorn, throat, tip, top, wall, 
wash, -water, Aveed wing, wood, worm, wort; 
compound all adjectives. 

whithersoever. 

"vvhitlow-wort. 

whity-brown. 

Avlioever, so, soever. • 

whole-hoofed, -length, sale, -souled. 

whomsoever. 

whoremaster, monger, son. 

whortleberry. 

whosesoever. 

wickerwork. 

wide-awake, gap, spread; other adjectives take 
hyphen. 

widow-bench, -hunter, -maker, -wail. 

wifelike. 

wild-cat (a.), fire, grave, wood. 

■wlll-o'-the-wisp. 

willow-herb, -thorn, -weed, -wort. 

wllly-mufty, -wagtail, -willy. 

windbibbef, bore, bound, -break, -broken, cof- 
fer, -dog, fall, fallen, fanner, -fertilized, flower, 
gall, hover, mill, pipe, -plant, -rode, row, 
-shaken, storm, -sucker, -sucking, tight. 

"wlndlestraw. 

windowpane. 

Tfiiieberry, bibber, glass, sap. 

wlngfish, seed, -shell; adjectives take hyphen. 

wink-a-peep. 

■w^lnhle-hawk, -hole. 

Tvintergreen, -ground, kill, -rig, tide, weed; 
adjectives take hyphen. 

wiredraw, -drawer, -heel, -puller, -pulling, 
-tailed, work, -worker, worm. 

ivlse-hearted, -like. 

wishbone, -wash. 

wishy-washy. 

■writchuck, flsh, -starved. 

witch-alder, craft, -elm, -hazel, -tree, wood. 

withdra wing-room. 

witherband, -wrung. 

withe-rod. 

with (prefix), all one word. 

wizen-faced. 

woad-waxen. 



woe-begone. 

wolfbcrry, hound. 

ivoiiiaiikind, like. 

wolf's-claw, -fist, -foot, -milk. 

wonderland, struck, work, -worker, -working. 

wonga-wonga. 

woodbind, bine, -bound, chat, chuck, cock, 
cracker, craft, cut, cutter, cutting, hack, 
hacker, hewer, hole, house, jobber, knacker, 
land, -layer, man, -note, -of-the-Holy-Cross, 
pecker, -queest, rock, roof, ruff, stone, wall, 
ward, -wash, -wax, -waxen, work, worm. 

woodsman. 

VFool-dyed, fell, gathering, grower, growing, 
-hall, head, man, pack, sack, shed, stock. 

woolly-head. 

wordbook, -catcher. 

wordsman. 

ivorkaday, bag, basket, bench, box, day, fellow, 
folk, house, man, master, room, shop, table, 
woman. 

working-day, man. 

workmanlike. 

world-wide. 

worldly-minded, -mindedness, -wise. 

worm-eaten, -eatenness, hole, seed, -shaped, 
-shell, wood. 

worn-out. 

would-be (a.) . 

woundwort. 

wou-wou. 

wow-wow. 

wrain-bolt. 

wraprascal. 

wreath-shell. 

Avreckfish, -master. 

ivringbolt, staff. 

wristband. 

wrong-timed; all others one word. 

Avrybill, mouth, neck, necked. 

wung-out. 

wych-elm, -hazel. 



yabber-yabber. 

yatchsman. 

yama-mai. 

Yankee-Doodle. 

yardarm, keep, stick, wand. 

yarraman. 

yawl-rigged. 

yaw-weed. 

yearbook. . 

yeast-bitten. 

yeelaman. 

yellowbill, bird, -covered, crown, -eyed, fin, 

fish, -golds, -hammer, head, legs, poll, root, 

rump, seed, shanks, shins, tail, throat, top, 

weed, wood, wort, 
yeomanlike, 
yesterday, eve,-evening, morn,-morning, night, 

noon, week, year, 
ylang-ylang. 

yokefellow, mate, -toed, 
yourself, 
youthwort. 

yttro-cerite, -columbite, -tantalite. 
Yuletide. 



Z 



zantewood. 

zebrawood. 

Zend-Avesta. 

ziment-water. 

zinco-polar. 

Zulu-Kafflr. 



TERMINATIONS 



62 



TERMINATION OF WORDS, ETC. 



WORDS ENDING IN "IBLE.' 



Proof readers, compositors, and writers are often confused as to the correct termination of words 
ending- in "ible" or "able." Thie following list, giving the words terminating in "ible," will be 
found handy. If the word does not appear here the termination is "able." 



abhorrible 

accendible 

accessible 

addible 

adducible 

admissible 

affectible 

apprehensible 

ascendible 

audible 

bipartible 

circumscriptible 

classible 

coctible 

coercible 

cognoscible 

cohesible 

collectible 

combustible 

committible 

compactible 

compatible 

compossible 

comprehensible 

compressible 

conducible 

conductible 

confluxible 

contemptible 

contractible 

controvertible 

conversible 

(conversable) 

convertible 

convictible 

convincible 

correctible 

corrigible 

corrodible 

corrosible 

corruptible 

credible 

cullible 

decoctible 

deducible 

deductible 

defeasible 

defectible 

defensible 

descendible 

destructible 

diffusible 

digestible 

dirigible 

discernible 

discerpible 

discerptible 

dissectible 

distensible 

distractible 

divertible 

divestible 



divisible 

docible 

edible 

educible 

effectible 

effervescible 

eligible 

eludible 

evadible 

cvasible 

evincible 

exhaustible 

exigible 

expansible 

expressible 

extendible 

extensible 

fallible 

feasible 

fencible 

flexible 

fiuxible 

forcible 

frangible 

fungibles 

fusible 

gullible 

horrible 

ignitible 

illegible 

immersible 

immiscible 

impartible 

impassible 

(impassable) 

impatible 

impedible 

imperceptible 

impermissible 

impersuasible 

implausible 

impossible 

imprescriptible 

impressible 

imputrescible 

inaccessible 

inadmissible 

inapprehensible 

inaudible 

incircumscriptible 

incoercible 

incognoscible 

incombustible 

incommiscible 

incompatible 

incomprehensible 

incompressible 

inconcussible 

incontrovertible 

inconvertible 

inconvincible 

incorrigible 



incorrodible 

incorruptible 

incredible 

indefeasible 

indefectible 

indefensible 

indelible 

indeprehersible 

indestructible 

indigestible 

indiscernible 

indivisible 

indocible 

inducible 

ineffervescible 

ineligible 

includible 

inevasible 

inexhaustible 

inexpaiisible 

in(.'xi)ressib]e 

infallible 

infeasible 

inflexible 

infractible 

infrangible 

infusible 

inscriptible 

insensible 

instructible 

insubmergible 

insuppressible 

insusceptible 

intactible 

intangible 

intelligible 

interconvertible 

intervisible 

invendible 

inventible 

invertible 

invincible 

invisible 

irascible 

irreducible 

irrefrangible 

irremissible 

irreprehensible 

irrepressible 

irresistible 

irresponsible 

irreversible 

legible 

mandiljle 

marcescible 

miscible 

negligible 

nexible 

omissible 

ostensible 

partible 

passible 



(passable) 

i:)ercoptible 

perfectible 

permiscible 

permis.sible 

persuasible 

pervertible 

plausible 

possible 

prehensible 

prescriptible 

producible 

productible 

protrusible 

putrescible 

receptible 

redemptible 

redressible 

reducible 

reflectible 

reflexible 

refrangible 

remissible 

renascible 

rendible 

reprehensible 

resistible 

responsible 

reversible 

revertible 

risible 

seducible 

sensible 

sponsible 

suasible 

subdivisible 

subvertible 

supersensible 

suppressible 

susceptible 

suspensible 

tangible 

tensible 

terrible 

traducible 

transfusible 

transmissible 

transmittible 

transvertible 

tri partible 

unadmissible 

unexhaustible 

uuexpressible 

iniflexible 

unfusible 

unresponsible 

vendible 

vincible 

visible 

vitrescible 



WORDS ENDING IN "ISE." 

Words ending with the sound of " ize " are variously spelled " ise " or " ize." Of this class, the cor- 
rect spelling of tlie following words is "ise." Nearly if not quite all others take "ize." 



advertise 


compromise 


emprise 


reprise 


advise 


criticise 


enfranchise 


revise 


affranchise 


demise 


enterprise 


supervise 


apprise 


despise 


exercise 


surmise 


catechise' 


devise 


exorcise 


surprise 


chastise 


disfranchise 


franchise 




circumcise 


disguise 


merchandise 




comprise 


divertise 


premise 





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TERMINATIONS 



NOUNS ENDING IN "O." 

We often find errors in the plurals of nouns ending in " o." To avoid this bear in mind the fol- 
lowing general rule: If there is a consonant before the final " o" the plural is " es," but if a vowel 
precedes it the plural is formed by adding only the " s." There are, however, some excejjtions to this 
rule, and they are here given, as follows: 



albinos 


embryos 


octavos 


solos 


armadillos 


gauchos 


octodecimos 


tobaccos 


cantos 


halos 


pianos 


twos 


catsos 


inamoratos 


provisos 


tyros 


centos 


juntos 


quartos 


virtuosos 


didos 


lassos 


salvos 


zeros 


dominos 


mementos 


sextos 




duodecimos 


merinos 


sextodecimos , 




dynamos 


mestizos 


sirroccos 





"EI" AND "IE." 

Many persons find it difficult or impossible to recollect the relative position of "e" and "i" in 
such words as " receive," "believe," etc. If they will bear in mind the following rule, it may save 
them the trouble of referring to a dictionary to determine this point: 

When the derivative noun ends in " tion," the verb is spelled with " ei," thus: 



conception 

deception 

reception 



conceive 

deceive 

receive 



But when the noun does not end in " tion," the verb is spelled with " ie," as: 
belief believe 



An old printer gives the following rule for using "ei" and "ie," viz: Bear in mind the M'ord 
"lice" — "i" follows "1" and "e" follows "c," thus, li-ce. 

Following is a list of the words beginning with "s" and followed by "ei"or "ie," the parts of 
words in parentheses to be joined to the prefix (in heavy type) as a single word: 



seiches 

seidlitz 

seigneurial 

seignior (age, al, alty, y) 

seine (er, ing) 

seirospore 

seismal (mic, mism, mograph, mographic, mogram, 

mography, mological, mology, mometer, mometric, 

mometry, moscope, motic) 
seity 



seize (able, er, in, ing, or, ure) 

siege (worii) 

sienite (ic) 

sienna 

Siennese 

sierra 

siesta 

sieur 

sieva 

sieve 



FISHES, FISHERY APPLIANCES, ETC. 



The following terms are authorized by the United States Fish Commission, and will be used in its 
work; the International Dictionary will be used for all Avords not here provided for. 

Compound white-fish, black-fish, trigger-fish, and all that class of words except crayfish, crawfish, 
shellfish, and a very few exceptionally long phrases like Portuguese man-of-war fish. 



bag seine 

bass net 

black-cod 

boat fisherman 

boat-steerer 

bomb-gun 

bottom-feeding fish 

bull's-eye mackerel 

buoy line 

coast line 

cod fishery 

cod fishing 

cod line 

crayfish pot 

cultus-cod 

cutting-in (of a whale) 



drag net 
drag seine 
drift net 
fat-head 
fish-culture 
fish eggs 
fishing-camp 
fishing-ground 
fishing-place 
fish roe 
fish-wheel 
flake-yard 
gill-net fishing 
gillraker 
ground line 
hair-seal 



hand lance 

hickory- jack 

hoop net 

horse-mackerel 

live-car 

lobster pot 

mossbunker 

oyster bed 

purse seine 

red-eye 

red grouper 

red-horse 

rock-cod 

rock-lobster 

sea-cucumber 

sea-horse 



sea-urchin 

seal oil 

seal skin 

sea mullet 

seine-haul 

seine-reach 

set net 

smelt net 

snapping mackerel 

trammel net 

trawl basket 

trawling-ground 

trying-out (of a whale) 

try-works 

whale line 

yellow-tail 



INDIAN NAMES 



64 



SPELLING OF INDIAN NAMES. 

The following spellings of the names of Indian tribes and bands have been agreed upon by the 
Bureau of American Ethnology and the Indian Bureau and will be followed generally. Except in 
the few instances noted, the same form should be used for both singular and plural. Where a 
reference is given, the spelling referred to is the one adopted: 



Absaroka, see Crow 

Acoma 

Algonquian (stock) 

Algonkin (tribe) 

Alsea 

Anadarko 

Arapaho 

Arikara 

Assinitaoin 

Bannock 

Blackfoot (pi. Blackfeet) 

Blood (pi. Bloods) 

Bois Fort Chippewa 

Brul6 

Caddo 

Calapooya, see Kalapuya 

Calispel, see Kalispel 

Capote 

Cayuga 

Cayuse 

Chastacosta 

Chehalis 

Chemehuevi 

Cherokee 

Chetco 

Cheyenne 

Chickasaw 

Chilkat 

Chinook 

Chippewa 

Chiricahua 

Choctaw 

Clackamas 

Clallam 

Clatsop 

Clickatat, see Klikitat 

Cochiti 

Coeur d'Al^ne 

Colville 

Comanche 

Concow 

Coos 

Cowlitz 

Coyotero 

Cree 

Creek (or Muskogee) 

CroAV (pi. Crows) 

Dakota 

Delaware(pl. Delawares) 

Dwamish 

Euchee, see Yuchi 

Flathead (pi. Flatheads) 

Fox (pi. Foxes) 

Gila Apache 

Goship 

Gosiute 

Grosventre 

Havasupai 

Hidatsa 



Hoh 

Hoopa, see Hupa 

Hopi 

Hualapai, see Walapai 

Humptulip 

Hunkpapa 

Hupa 

Huron, see Wyandot 

Iowa 

Iroquois 

Jemez 

Jicarilla 

Joshua 

Kaibab 

Kalapuya 

Kalispel 

Kansa, see Kaw 

Kaskaskia 

Kaw 

Kaweah, see Kawia 

Kawia 

Kickapoo 

Kiowa 

Klamath 

Klikitat 

Kootenai, see Kutenai 

Kutenai 

Kwapa, see Quapaw 

Kwatami 

Lac Courte Oreille 

Laguna 

Lake 

Lakmiut 

L'Anse 

Lipan 

Luckamute, see Lakmiut 

Lummi 

Mac qua noot na, see 

Mikonotuni 
Mahican 
Makah 
Mandan 
Maricopa 
Mdewakanton 
Menominee 
Mescalero 
Methow 
Miami 
INIikonotuni 
Mimbreho 
Miniconjou 
Minitaree, see Hidatsa 
Missouri 
Moache 
Modoc 
Mogollon 
Mohave 
Mohawk 
Mohican, see Mahican 



Moki, see Hopi 

Molala 

Montauk 

Moqui, see Hopi 

Muckleshoot 

Munsee 

Muskogee (or Creek) 

Katchez 

Navaho 

Nespelim 

Nestucca 

Nez Perce 

Nisqualli 

Nomelacki 

Nooksak 

Oglala 

Ojibwa, see Chippewa 

Okinagan 

Omaha 

Oneida 

Onondaga 

Osage 

Oto 

Ottawa 

Paguate (Lagmiavillage) 

Paiute 

Panaca 

Papago 

Pawnee 

Pend d' Oreille 

Pennacook 

Peoria 

Piegan 

Piankashaw 

Pima 

Pit River 

Ponca 

Potawatomi 

Pueblo 

Puyallup 

Quaitso 

Quapaw 

Quinaielt 

Quileute 

Queet, see Quaitso 

Ree, see Arikara 

Sac, see Sauk 

Sans Arcs 

Sanpojl 

Santee 

Santiam 

Sauk 

Seminole 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Shebit, see Shivwits 

Sheepeater 

Shivwits 

Shoshoni 



Sia 
Siletz 
Sioux 

Sixes, see Kwatami 
Sisseton 
Sklallam 
Skokomish 
Spokan 
Squaxon 
Stockbridge 
Supai, see Havasupai 
Swinomish 
Tenino 
Teton 

Tonawanda 
Tonkawa 
Tonto Apache 
Tootootna, see Tututni 
Towakoni 
Tulalip 
Tuscarora 
Tututni 

Uchee, see Yuchi 
Uinta 

Ukie, see Yuki 
Umatilla 
Umpqua 
Uncompahgre 
Unkpapa, see Hunkpapa 
Ute 

Vieux Desert 
Waco 
Wahpeton 
Wailaki 
Walapai 
Wallawalla 
Wasco 
Washaki 
Wea 

Wenatchi 
Wichita 
Wichumni 
Wiminuche 
Winnebago 
Winnibigoshish 
Wyandot 

Wylacki, see Wailaki 
Yakima 
Yaqui 
Yaquina 
Yanktonai 
Yankton 

Yava Supai, see Havasu- 
pai 
Yuchi 
Yuki 
Yuma 
Zuni 



65 



COUNTY NAMES 



COUNTY NAMES IN THE UNFI ED STATES. 

The following list of county name.s was made up from the Uuited States Postal Guide, and includes 
all the counties given by that publication up to June, 1903. 



x\-LABAMA. 








Autauga. 


Conecuh. 


Houston. 


Morgan. 


Baldwin. 


Coosa. 


Jackson. 


Perry. 


Barbour. 


Covington. 


Jefferson. 


Pickens. 


Bibb. 


Crenshaw. 


Lamar. 


Pike. 


Blount. 


Cullman. 


Lauderdale. 


Randolph. 


Bullock. 


Dale. 


Lawrence. 


Russell. 


Butler. 


Dallas. 


Lee. 


St. Clair. 


Calhoun. 


Dekalb. 


Limestone. 


Shelby. 


Chambers. 


Elmore. 


Lowndes. 


Sumter. 


Cherokee. 


Escambia. 


Macon. 


Talladega. 


Chilton. 


Etowah. 


Madison. 


Tallapoosa. 


Choctaw. 


Fayette. 


Marengo. 


Tuscaloosa. 


Clarke. 


Franklin. 


Marion. 


Walker. 


Clay. 


Geneva. 


Marshall. 


Washington 


Cleburne. 


Greene. 


Mobile. 


Wilcox. 


Coffee. 


Hale. 


Monroe. 


Winston. 


Colbert. 


Henry. 


Montgomery. 




ARIZONA. 








Apache. 


Graham. 


Navajo. 


Santa Cruz. 


Cochise. 


Maricopa. 


Pima. 


Yavapai. 


Coconino. 


Mohave. 


Pinal. 


Yuma. 


Gila. 








ARKANSAS. 








Arkansas. 


Dallas. 


Lee. 


Pope. 


Ashley. 


Desha. 


Lincoln. 


Prairie. 


Baxter. 


Drew. 


Little Kiver. 


Pulaski. 


Benton. 


Faulkner. 


Logan. 


Randolph. 


Boone. 


Franklin. 


Lonoke. 


St. Francis. 


Bradley. 


Fulton. 


Madison. 


Saline. 


Calhoun. 


Garland. 


Marion. 


Scott. 


Carroll. 


Grant. 


Miller. 


Searcy. 


Chicot. 


Greene. 


Mississippi. 


Sebastian. 


Clark. 


Hempstead. 


Monroe. 


Sevier. 


Clay. 


Hot Spring. 


Montgomery. 


Sharp. 


Cleburne. 


Howard. 


Nevada. 


Stone. 


Cleveland. 


Independence. 


Newton. 


Union. 


Columbia. 


Izard. 


Ouachita. 


Van Buren. 


Conway. 


Jackson. 


Perrv. 


Washington. 


Craighead. 


Jefferson. 


Phillips. 


White. 


Crawford. 


Johnson. 


Pike. 


Woodruff. 


Crittenden. 


Lafayette. 


Poinsett. 


Yell. 


Cross. 

y^i 1 r T "■ — 1 ^~\ ~w~^ "» "T" ~r I 


Lawrence. 


Polk. 




CALIFORNIA. 

Alameda. 


Lake. 


Plumas. 


Siskiyou. 


Alpine. 


Lassen. 


Riverside. 


Solano. 


Amador. 


Los Angeles. 


Sacramento. 


Sonoma. 


Butte. 


Madera. 


San Benito. 


Stanislaus. 


Calaveras. 


Marin. 


San Bernardino. 


Sutter. 


Colusa. 


Mariposa. 


San Diego. 


Tehama. 


Contra Costa. 


Mendocino. 


San Francisco. 


Trinity. 


Del Norte. 


Merced. 


San Joaquin. 


Tulare. 


Eldorado. 


Modoc. 


San Luis Obispo. 


Tuolumne. 


Fresno. 


Mono. 


San Mateo. 


Ventura. 


Glenn. 


Monterey. 


Santa Barbara. 


Yolo. 


Humboldt. 


Napa. 


Santa Clara. 


Yuba. 


Inyo. 


Nevada. 


Santa Cruz. 




Kern, 


Orange. 


Shasta. 




Kings. 


Placer. 


Sierra. 




COLORADO. 








Adams. 


Douglas. 


La Plata. 


Prowers. 


Arapahoe. 


Eagle. 


Larimer. 


Pueblo 


Archuleta. 


Elbert. 


Las Animas. 


Rio Blanco. 


Baca. 


El Paso. 


Lincoln. 


Rio Grande. 


Bent. 


Fremont. 


Logan. 


Routt. 


Boulder. 


Garfield. 


Mesa. 


Saguache. 


Chaffee. 


Gilpin. 


Mineral. 


San Juan. 


Cheyenne. 


Grand. 


Montezuma. 


San Miguel. 


Clear Creek. 


Gunnison. 


Montrose. 


Sedgwick. 


Conejos. 


Hinsdale. 


Morgan. 


South Arapahoe. 


Costilla. 


Huerfano. 


Otero. 


Summit. 


Custer. 


Jefferson. 


Ouray. 


Teller. 


Delta. 


Kiowa. 


Park. 


Washington. 


Denver. 


Kit Carson. 


Phillips. 


Weld. 


Dolores. 


Lake. 


Pitkin. 


Yuma. 


M 8—03— 


—5 







COUNTY NAMES 



66 



CONNECTICUT. 

Fairfield. 
Hartford. 

DELAWARE. 

Kent. 

FLORIDA. 

Alachua. 

Baker. 

Bradford. 

Brevard. 

Calhoun. 

Citrus. 

Clay. 

Columbia. 

Dade. 

De Soto. 

Duval. 

Escambia. 

GEORGIA. 

Appling. 

Baker. 

Baldwin. 

Banks. 

Bartow. 

Berrien. 

Bibb. 

Brooks. 

Brvan. 

Bulloch. 

Burke. 

Butts. 

Calhoun. 

Camden. 

Campbell. 

Carroll. 

Catoosa. 

Charlton. 

Chatham. 

Chattahoochee. 

Chattooga. 

Cherokee. 

Clarke. 

Clay. 

Clayton. 

Clinch. 

Cobb. 

Coffee. 

Colquitt. 

Columbia. 

Coweta. 

Crawford. 

Dade. 

Dawson. 

Decatur. 

HAWAII. 

Hawaii. 
Kauai. 

IDAHO. 

Ada. 

Bannock. 

Bear Lake. 

Bingham. 

Blaine. 

Boise. 

ILLINOIS. 

Adams. 

Alexander. 

Bond. 

Boone. 

Brown. 

Bureau. 

Calhoun. 

Carroll. 

Cass. 

Champaign. 

Christian. 

Clark. 

Clay. 



Litchfield. 
Middlesex. 



Newcastle. 



Franklin. 

Gadsden. 

Hamilton. 

Hernando. 

Hillsboro. 

Holmes. 

Jackson. 

Jefferson. 

Lafayette. 

Lake. 

Lee. 

Leon. 



Dekalb. 

Dodge. 

Dooly. 

Dougherty. 

Douglas. 

Early. 

Echols. 

Effingham. 

Elbert. 

Emanuel. 

Fannin. 

Favette. 

Floyd. 

Forsyth. 

Franklin. 

Fulion. 

Gilmer. 

Glascock. 

Glynn. 

Gordon. 

Greene. 

Gwinnett. 

Haber.sham. 

Hall. 

Hancock. 

Haralson. 

Harris. 

Hart. 

Heard. 

Henry. 

Hou.s'ton. 

Irwin. 

Jackson. 

Jasper. 

Jefferson. 



Lanai. 
Maui. 



Canyon. 

Cassia. 

Custer. 

Elmore. 

Fremont. 

Idaho. 



Clinton. 

Coles. 

Cook. 

Crawford. 

Cumberland. 

Dekalb. 

Dewitt. 

Douglas. 

Dupage. 

Edgar. 

Edwards. 

Effingham. 

Fayette. 



New Haven. 
New London. 



Sussex. 



Levy. 

Liberty. 

Madison. 

Manatee. 

Marion. 

Monroe. 

Nassau. 

Orange. 

Osceola. 

Pasco. 

Polk. 

Putnam. 



Johnson. 

Jones. 

Laurens. 

Lee. 

Liberty. 

Lincoln. 

Lowndes. 

Lumpkin. 

McDuifle. 

Mcintosh. 

Macon. 

Madison. 

Marion. 

Meriwot-her. 

Miller. 

Milton. 

Mitchell. 

Monroe. 

Montgomery, 

Morgan. 

Murray. 

Muscogee. 

Newton. 

Oconee. 

Oglethorpe. 

Paulding. 

Pickens. 

Pierce. 

Pike. 

Polk. 

Pulaski. 

Putnam. 

Quitman. 

Rabun. 

Randolph. 



Molokal. 



Kootenai. 

Latah. 

Lemhi. 

Lincoln. 

Nez Perces. 

Oneida. 



Ford. 

Franklin. 

Fulton. 

Gallatin. 

Greene. 

Grundy. 

Hamilton. 

Hancock. 

Hardin. 

Henderson. 

Henry. 

Iroquois. 

Jackson. 



Tolland. 
Windham. 



St. John. 

Santa Rosa. 

Sumter. 

Suwanee. 

Taylor. 

Vohisia. 

Wakulla. 

Walton. 

Washington. 



Richmond. 

Rockdale. 

Schley. 

Screven. 

Spalding. 

Stewart. 

Sumter. 

Talbot. 

Taliaferro. 

Tattnall. 

Taylor. 

Telfair. 

Terrell. 

Thomas. 

Towns. 

Troup. 

Twiggs. 

Union. 

Up.son. 

Walker. 

Walton. 

Ware. 

Warren. 

Washington. 

Wayne. 

Webster. 

White. 

Whitfield. 

Wilcox. 

Wilkes. 

Wilkin.son. 

"Worth. 



Oahu. 



Owyhee. 

Shoshone. 

Washington. 



Jasper. 

Jefferson. 

Jersey. 

Jo Daviess. 

Johnson. 

Kane. 

Kankakee. 

Kendall. 

Knox. 

Lake. 

Lasalle. 

Lawrence. 

Lee. 



G7 



COUNTY NAMES 



ILLINOIS— Continued. 



Livingston. 


Mercer. 


Randol^jh. 


Verm 1 lion. 


Logiin. 


Monroe. 


Richland. 


Wabash . 


McDonougli. 


Montgomery. 


Hock Island. 


Warren. 


McHenry. 


Morgan. 


St. Clair. 


VViisbingtoii. 


McLean. 


Moultrie. 


Saline. 


Wavne. 


Macon. 


Ogle. 


Sangamon. 


White. 


Macoupin. 


Peoria. 


Schuyler. 


Whiteside. 


Madison. 


Perry. 


Scott. 


Will. 


Marion. 


Piatt. 


Shelby. 


Williamson. 


Marshall. 


Pike. 


Stark. 


Winnebago. 


Mason. 


Pope. 


Stephenson. 


Woodford. 


Massac. 


Pulaski. 


Tazewell. 




Menard. 


Putnam. 


Union. 




INDIANA. 








Adams. 


Franklin. 


Lawrence. 


Rush. 


Allen. 


Fulton. 


Madison. 


St. Joseph. 


Bartholomew 


Gibson. 


Marion. 


Scott. 


Benton 


Grant. 


Marshall. 


Shelby. 


Blackford. 


Greene. 


Martin. 


Spencer. 


Boone. 


Hamilton. 


Miami. 


Starke. 


Brown. 


Hancock. 


Monroe. 


Steuben. 


Carroll. 


Harrison. 


Montgomery. 


Sullivan. 


Cass. 


Hendricks. 


Morgan. 


Switzerland. 


Clark. 


Henry. 


Newton. 


Tippecanoe. 


Clav. 


Howard. 


Noble. 


Tipton. 


Clinton. 


Huntington. 


Ohio. 


Union. 


Crawford. 


Jackson. 


Orange. 


Vanderburg. 


Daviess. 


Jasper. 


Owen. 


Vermilion. 


Dearborn. 


Jay. 


Parke. 


Vigo. 


Decatur. 


Jefferson. 


Perry. 


Wabash. 


Dekalb. 


Jennings. 


Pike. 


Warren. 


Delaware 


Johnson. 


Porter. 


Warrick. 


Dubois. 


Knox. 


Posey. 


Washington. 


Elkhart. 


Kosciusko. 


Pulaski. 


Wayne. 


Favette. 


Lagrange. 


Putnam. 


Weils. 


Floyd. 


Lake. 


Randolph. 


White. 


Fountain 


Laporte. 


Ripley. 


Whitley. 


IOWA. 








Adair. 


Davis. 


Jefferson. 


Pocahontas. 


Adams. 


Decatur. 


Johnson. 


Polk. 


Allamakee. 


Delaware. 


Jones. 


Pottawattamie. 


Appanoose. 


Des Moines. 


Keokuk. 


Poweshiek. 


Audubon. 


Dickinson. 


Kossuth. 


Ringgold. 


Benton. 


Dubuque. 


Lee. 


Sac. 


Blackhawk. 


Emmet. 


Linn. 


Scott. 


Boone. 


Fayette. 


Louisa. 


Shelby. 


Bremer. 


Floyd. 


Lucas.' 


Sioux. 


Buchanan. 


Franklin. 


Lyon. 


Storv. 


Buena Vista. 


Fremont. 


Madison. 


Tama. 


Butler. 


Greene. 


Mahaska. 


Taylor. 


Calhoun. 


Grundy. 


Marion. 


Union. 


Carroll. 


Guthrie. 


Marshall. 


Van Buren. 


Cass. 


Hamilton. 


Mills. 


Wapello. 


Cedar. 


Hancock. 


Mitchell. 


Warren. 


Cerro Gordo. 


Hardin. 


Monona. 


Washington. 


Cherokee. 


Harrison. 


Monroe. 


Wayne. 


Chickasaw. 


Henry. 


Montgomery. 


Webster. 


Clarke. 


Howard. 


Muscatine. 


Winnebago. 


Clay. 


Humboldt. 


O'Brien. 


AVinneshiek. 


Clayton. 


Ida. 


Osceola. 


Woodbury. 


Clinton. 


Iowa. 


Page. 


Worth. 


Crawford. 


Jackson. 


Palo Alto. 


Wright. 


Dallas. 


Jasper. 


Plymouth. 




KANSAS. 








Allen. 


Crawford. 


Greenwood. 


Logan. 


Anderson. 


Decatur. 


Hamilton. 


Lyon. 


Atchison. 


Dickinson. 


Harper. 


McPherson. 


Barber. 


Doniphan. 


Harvey. 


Marion. 


Barton. 


Douglas. 


Haskell. 


Marshall. 


Bourbon. 


Edwards. 


Hodgeman 


Meade. 


Brown. 


Elk. 


Jackson. 


Miami. 


Butler. 


Ellis. 


Jefferson. 


Mitchell. 


Chase. 


Ellsworth. 


Jewell. 


Montgomery. 


Chautauqua. 


Finnev. 


Johnson. 


Morris. 


Cherokee. 


Ford. ' 


Kearny. 


Morton. 


Cheyenne. 


Franklin. 


Kingman. 


Nemaha. 


Clark. 


Geary. 


Kiowa. 


Neosho. 


Clav. 


Gove. 


Labette. 


Ness. 


Cloud. 


Graham. 


Lane. 


Norton. 


Coffey. 


Grant. 


Leavenworth. 


Osage. 


Comanche. 


Gray. 


Lincoln. 


Osborne. 


Cowley. 


Greeley. 


Linn. 


Ottawa. 



COUNTY NAMES 



68 



KANSAS— Continued. 




» 




Pawnee. 


Rooks. 


Sherman. 


Wallace. 


Phillips. 


Rush. 


Smith. 


Washington. 


Pottawatomie. 


Russell. 


Stafford. 


Wichita. 


Pratt. 


Saline. 


Stanton. 


Wilson. 


Rawlins. 


Scott. 


Stevens. 


Wood.son. 


Reno. 


Sedgwick. 


Sumner. 


Wyandotte. 


Republic. 


Seward. 


Thomas. 




Rice. 


Shawnee. 


Trego. 




Riley. 


Sheridan. 


Wabaunsee. 




KENTUCKY. 








Adair. 


Edmonson. 


Knox. 


Ohio. 


Allen. 


Elliott. 


Larue. 


Oldham. 


Anderson. 


Estill. 


Laurel. 


Owen. 


Ballard. 


Fayette. 


Lawrence. 


Owsley. 


Barren. 


Fleming. 


Lee. 


Pendleton 


Bath. 


Floyd. 


Leslie. 


Perry. 


Bell. 


Franklin. 


Letcher. 


Pike. 


Boone. 


Fulton. , 


Lewis. 


Powell. 


Bourbon. 


Gallatin. 


Lincoln. 


Pulaski. 


Bovd. 


Garrard. 


Livingston. 


Robertson. 


Boyle. 


Grant. 


Logan. 


Rockcastle. 


Bracken. 


Graves. 


Lyon. 


Rowan. 


Breathitt. 


Grayson. 


McCracken. 


Russell. 


Breckinridge. 


Green. 


McLean. 


Scott. 


Bullitt. 


Greenup. 


Madison. 


Shelby. 


Butler. 


Hancock. 


Magoffin. 


Simpson. 


Caldwell. 


Hardin. 


Marion. 


Spencer. 


Calloway. 


Harlan. 


Marshall. 


Tavlor. 


Campbell. - 


Harrison. 


Martin. 


Todd. 


Carlisle. 


Hart. 


Mason. 


Trigg. 


Carroll. 


Henderson. 


Meade. 


Trimble. 


Carter. 


Henry. 


Menifee. 


Union. 


Casey. 


Hickman. 


Mercer. 


Warren. 


Christian. 


Hopkins. 


Metcalfe. 


Washington. 


Clark. 


Jackson. 


Monroe. 


Wayne. 


Clay. 


Jefferson. 


Montgomery. 


Webster. 


Clinton. 


Jessamine. 


ISIorgan. 


Whitlev. 


Crittenden. 


John.son. 


Muhlenberg. 


Wolfe. ■ 


Cumberland. 


Kenton. 


Nelson. 


Woodford. 


Daviess. 


Knott. 


Nicholas. 




LOUISIANA ( parish es ) . 






Acadia. 


East Carroll. 


Orleans. 


St. Mary. 


Ascension. 


East Feliciana 


Ouachita. 


St. Tammany. 


Assumption. 


Franklin. 


Plaquemines. 


Tangipahoa." 


Avoyelles. 


Grant. 


Pointe Coupee. 


Tensas. 


Bienville. 


Iberia. 


Rapides. 


Terrebonne. 


Bossier. 


Iberville. 


Red River. 


Union. 


Caddo. 


Jackson. 


Richland. 


Vermilion. 


Calcasieu. 


Jefferson. 


Sabine. 


Vernon. 


Caldwell. 


Lafayette. 


St. Bernard. 


Washington. 


Cameron. 


Lafourche. 


St. Charles. 


Webster. 


Catahoula. 


Lincoln. 


St. Helena. 


West Baton Rouge, 


Claiborne. 


Livingston. 


St. James. 


West Carroll. 


Concordia. 


Madison. 


St. John the Baptist. 


West Feliciana. 


De Soto. 


Morehouse. 


St. Landrv. 


Winn. 


East Baton Rouge. 


Natchitoches 


St. Martin. 




MAINE. 








Androscoggin. 


Hancock. 


Oxford. 


Somerset. 


Aroostook. 


Kennebec. 


Penobscot. 


Waldo. 


Cumberland. 


Knox. 


Piscataquis. 


Washington. 


Franklin. 


Lincoln. 


Sagadahoc. 


York. 


MAEYLAND. 








Allegany. 


Carroll. 


Harford. 


St. Mary. 


Anne Arundel. 


Cecil. 


Howard. 


Somerset. 


Baltimore. 


Charles. 


Kent. 


Talbot. 


Baltimore Citv. 


Dorchester. 


Montgomery. 


Washington. 


Calvert. 


Frederick. 


Prince George. 


Wicomico. 


Caroline. 


Garrett. 


Queen Anne. 


Worcester. 


MASSACHUSETTS. 








Barnstable. 


Essex. 


Middlesex. 


Suffolk. 


Berkshire. 


Franklin. 


Nantucket. 


Worcester. 


Bristol. 


Hampden. 


Norfolk. 




Dukes. 


Hampshire. 


Phinouth. 




MICHIGAN. 








Alcona. 


Alpena. 


Baraga. 


Benzie. 


Alger. 


Antrim. 


Barry. 


Berrien. 


Allegan. 


Arenac. 


Bay. 


Branch. 



69 



COUNTY NAMES 



MICHIGAN— Continued. 



Calhoun. 


llouglUon 


Mackinac. 


O.seeola. 


Cass. 


Huron. 


Macomb. 


Oscoda. 


Charlevoix. 


Ingham. 


Manistee. 


Otsego. 


Cheboygan. 


Ionia. 


Marquette. 


Ottawa. 


Chippewa. 


Iosco. 


Mason. 


Pre.sque Isle. 


Clare. 


Iron. 


Mecosta. 


Roscommon. 


Clinton. 


Isabella. , 


Menominee. 


Saginaw. 


Crawford. 


Jackson. 


Midland. 


St. Clair. 


Delta. 


Kalamazoo. 


Missaukee. . 


St. Joseph. 


Dickinson. 


Kalkaska. 


Monroe. 


Sanilac. 


Eaton. 


Kent. 


Montcalm. 


Schoolcraft. 


Emmet. - 


Keweenaw. 


Montmorency 


Shiawas.see. 


Genesee. 


Lake. 


Muskegon. 


Tuscola. 


Gladwin. 


Lapeer. 


Newaygo. 


Van Buren. 


Gogebic. 


Leelanaw. 


Oakland. 


Washtenaw. 


Grand Traverse. 


Lenawee. 


Oceana. 


Wayne. 


Gratiot. 


Livingston 


Ogemaw. 


Wexford. 


Hillsdale. 


Luce. 


Ontonagon 




MINNESOTA. 








Aitkin. 


Fariliault. 


Martin. 


Roseau. 


Anoka. 


Fillmore. 


Meeker. 


St. Louis. 


Becker. 


Freeborn. 


Millelacs. 


Scott. 


Beltrami. 


Goodhue. 


Morrison. 


Sherburne. 


Benton. 


Grant. 


Mower. 


Sibley. 


Bigstone. 


Hennepin. 


Murray. 


Stearns. 


Blue Earth. 


Houston. 


Nicollet. 


Steele. 


Brown. 


Hul)bard. 


Nobles. 


Stevens. 


Carlton. 


Isanti. 


Norman. 


Swift. 


Carver. 


Itasca. 


Olmsted. 


Todd. 


Cass. 


Jackson. 


Ottertail. 


Traverse. 


Chippewa. 


Kanabec. 


Pine. 


Wabasha. 


Chisago. 


Kandiyohi. 


Pipestone. 


Wadena. 


Clay. 


Kittson. 


Polk. 


Waseca. 


Clearwater. 


Lac qui Earle. 


Pope. 


Washington. 


Cook. 


Lake. 


Ramsey. 


Watonwan. 


Cottonwood. 


Lesueur. 


Red Lake. 


Wilkin. 


Crow Wing. 


Lincoln. 


Redwood. 


Winona. 


Dakota. 


Lyon. 


Renville. 


Wright. 


Dodge. 


McLeod. 


Rice. 


Yellow Medicine. 


Douglas. 


Mar.shall. 


Rock. 




MISSISSIPPI. 
Adams. 


Grenada. 


Lowndes. 


Sharkey. 


Alcorn. 


Hancock. 


Madison. 


Simpson. 


Amite. 


Harrison. 


Marion. 


Smith. 


Attala. 


Hinds. 


Marshall. 


Sunflower. 


Benton. 


Holmes. 


Monroe. 


Tallahatchie. 


Bolivar. 


Issaquena. 


Montgomery. 


Tate. 


Calhoun. 


Itawamba. 


Neshoba. 


Tippah. 


Carroll. 


Jackson. 


Newton. 


Tishomingo. 


Cliickasaw. 


Jasper. 


Noxubee. 


Tunica. 


Choctaw. 


Jefferson. 


Oktibbeha. 


Union. 


Claiborne. 


Jones. 


Panola. 


Warren. 


Clarke. 


Kemper. 


Pearl River. 


Washington. 


Clay. 


Lafayette. 


Perry. 


Wayne. 


Coahoma. 


Lauderdale. 


Pike. 


Webster. 


Copiah. 


Lawrence. 


Pontotoc. 


Wilkinson. 


Covington. 


Leake. 


Prentiss. 


Winston. 


De Soto. 


Lee. 


Quitman. 


Yalobusha. 


Franklin. 


Leflore. 


Rankin. 


Yazoo. 


Greene. 


Lincoln. 


Scott. 




MISSOUEI. 








Adair. 


Christian 


Hickory. 


Marion. 


Andrew. 


Clark. 


Holt. 


Mercer. 


Atchison. 


Clay. 


Howard. 


Miller. 


Audrain. 


Clinton. 


Howell. 


Mississippi. 


Barry. 


Cole. 


Iron. 


Moniteau. 


Barton. 


Cooper. 


Jackson. 


Monroe. 


Bates. 


Crawford. 


Jasper. 


Montgomery. 


Benton. 


Dade. 


Jefferson. 


Morgan. 


Bollinger. 


Dallas. 


Johnson. 


New Madrid. 


Boone. 


Daviess. 


Knox. 


Newton. 


Buchanan. 


Dekalb. 


Laclede. 


Nodaway. 


Butler. 


Dent. 


Lafayette. 


Oregon. 


Caldwell. 


Douglas. 


Lawrence. 


Osage. 


Callaway. 


Dunklin. 


Lewis. 


Ozark. 


Camden. 


Franklin. 


Lincoln. 


Pemiscot. 


Cape Girardeau. 


Gasconade. 


Linn. 


Perry. 


Carroll. 


Gentry. 


Livingston. 


Pettis. 


Carter. 


Greene. 


McDonald. 


Phelps. 


Cass. 


Grundy. 


Macon. 


Pike. 


Cedar. 


Harrison. 


Madison. 


Platte. 


Chariton. 


Henry. 


Maries. 


Polk. 



COUNTY NAMES 



70 



MISSOURI— Continued. 

Pulaski. 

Putnam. 

Ralls. 

Randolph. 

Ray. 

Reynolds. 

Ripley. 

St. Charles. 

MONTANA. 

Beaverhead. 

Broadwater. 

Carbon. 

Cascade. 

Choteau. 

Custer. 

Dawson. 

NEBRASKA. 

Adams. 

Antelope. 

Banner. 

Blaine. 

Boone. 

Boxbutte. 

Boyd. 

Brown. 

Buffalo. 

Burt. 

Butler. 

Cass. 

Cedar. 

Chase. 

Cherry. 

Cheyenne. 

Clay. 

Colfax.. 

Cuming. 

Custer. 

Dakota. 

Dawes. 

Dawson. 

NEVADA. 

Churchill. 
Douglas. 
Elko. 
Esmeralda. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Belknap. 

Carroll. 

Cheshire. 



NEW JERSEY. 

Atlantic. 

Bergen. 

Burlington. 

Camden. 

Cape May. 

Cumberland. 

NEW MEXICO. 

Bernalillo. 

Chaves. 

Colfax. 

Donna Ana. 

Eddy. 

Grant. 

Guadalupe. 

NEW YORK. 

Albany. 

Allegany. 

Broome.' 

Cattaraugus. 

Cayuga. 

Chautauqua. 

Chemung. 

Chenango. 



St. Clair. 


Scott. 


Ste. Genevieve. 


Shannon. 


St. Francois. 


Shelbv. 


St. Louis. 


Stoddard. 


St. Louis City. 


Stone. 


Saline. 


Sullivan. 


Schuyler. 


Taney. 


Scotland. 


Texas. 


Deerlodge. 


Madison. 


Fergus. 


Meagher. 


Flathead. 


Missoula. 


Gallatin. 


Park. 


Granite. 


Powell. 


Jeft'erson. 


Ravalli. 


Lewis and Clarke. 


Rosebud. 


Deuel. 


Johnson. 


Dixon. 


Kearnev. 


Dodge. , 


Keith. 


Douglas. 


Keyapaha. 


Dundy. 


Kimball. 


Fillmore. 


Knox. 


Fianklin. 


Lancaster. 


Frontier. 


Lincoln. 


Furnas. 


Logan. 


Gage. 


Loup. 


Garfield. 


McPherson. 


Gosper. 


Madison. 


(irant. 


Merrick. 


Greeley. 


Nance. 


Hall. ■ 


Nemaha. 


Hamilton. 


Nuckolls. 


Harlan. 


Otoe. 


Hayes. 


Pawnee. 


Hitchcock. 


Perkins. 


Holt. 


Phelps. 


Hooker. 


Pierce. 


Howard. 


Platte. 


Jefferson. 


Polk. 


Eureka. 


Lyon. 


Humboldt. 


Nye. 


Lander. 


Ormsby. 


Lincoln. 


Storey. 


Coos. 


Merrimac. 


Grafton. 


Rockingham 


Hillsboro. 


Strafford. 


Essex. 


Monmouth. 


Gloucester. 


Morris. 


Hudson. 


Ocean. 


Hunterdon. 


Passaic. 


Mercer. 


Salem. 


Middlesex. 


Somerset. 


Leonard Wood. 


Rio Arriba. 


Lincoln. 


Roosevelt. 


Luna. 


San Juan. 


McICinley. 


San Miguel. 


Mora. 


Sandoval. 


Otero. 


Santa Fe. 


Quay. 


Sierra. 


Clinton. 


Fulton. 


Columbia. 


Genesee. 


Cortland. 


Greene. 


Delaware. 


Hamilton. 


Dutchess. 


Herkimer. 


Erie. 


Jefferson. 


Essex. 


Kings. 


Franklin. 


Lewis. 



Vernon. 

Warren. 

Washington. 

Wayne. 

Webster. 

Worth. 

Wright. 



Silverbow. 
Sweet Grass. 
Teton. 
Valley. 
Yellowstone. 



Red willow. 

Richardson. 

Rock. 

Saline. 

Sarpy. 

Saunders. 

Scotts Bluff. 

Seward. 

Sheridan. 

Sherman. 

Sioux. 

Stanton. 

Thayer. 

Thomas. 

Thurston. 

Valley. 

Washington. 

Wayne. 

Webster. 

Wheeler. 

York. 



Washoe. 
White Pine. 



Sullivan. 



Sus.sex. 
Union. 
Warren. 



Socorro. 
Taos. 
LTnion. 
Valencia. 



Livingston. 

Madison. 

Monroe. 

Montgomery. 

Nassau. 

New York. 

Niagara. 

Oneida. 



71 



COUNTY NAMES 



NEW YORK— CVmtinued. 






Onondaga. 


Rensselaer. 


Seneca. 


Washington. 


Ontario. 


Richmond. 


Steuben. 


Wayne. 


Oningf. 


Rockland. 


Suffolk. 


Westchester. 


Orleans. 


St. Lawrence. 


Sullivan. 


Wyoming. 


Oswego. 


Saratoga. 


Tioga. 


Yates. 


Otsego. 


Schenectady. 


Tompkins. 




Putnam. 


Schoharie. 


Ulster. 




Queens. 


Schuyler. 


Warren. 




NORTH CAROLINA. 








Alamance. 


Currituck. 


Lenoir. 


Rockingham. 


Alexander. 


Dare. 


Lincoln. 


Rowan. 


Alleghany. 


Davidson. 


McDowell. 


Ru til or ford. 


Anson. 


Davie. 


Macon. 


Sampson. 


Ashe. 


Duplin. 


Madison. 


Scotland. 


Beaufort. 


Durham. 


Martin. 


Stanly. 


Bertie. 


Edgecombe. 


Mecklenburg. 


Stokes. 


Bladen. 


Forsyth. 


Mitchell. 


Surry. 


Brunswick. 


Franklin. 


Montgomery. 


Swain. 


Buncombe. 


Gaston. 


Moore. 


Transylvania. 


Burke. 


Gates. 


Nash. 


Tyrrell. 


Cabarrus. 


Graham. 


New Hanover. 


Union. 


Caldwell. 


Granville. 


Northampton. 


Vance. 


Camden. 


Greene. 


Onslow. 


Wake. 


Carteret. 


Guilford. 


Orange. 


Warren. 


Caswell. 


Halifax. 


Pamlico. 


Washington. 


Catawba. 


Harnett. 


Pasquotank. 


Watauga. 


Chatham. 


Haywood. 


Pender. 


Wavne. 


Cherokee. 


Henderson. 


Perquimans. 


Wilkes. 


Chowan. 


Hertford. 


Person. 


Wilson. 


Clay. 


Hvde. 


Pitt. 


Yadkin. 


Cleveland. 


Iredell. 


Polk. 


Yancey. 


Columbus. 


Jackson. 


Randolph. 




Craven. 


Johnston. 


Richmond. 




Cumberland. 


Jones. 


Robeson. 




NORTH DAKOTA. 








Allred. 


Emmons. 


Mercer. 


Steele. 


Barnes. 


Foster. 


Morton. 


Stutsman. 


Benson. 


Grand Forks. 


Nelson. 


Towner. 


Billings. 


Griggs. 


Oliver. 


Traill. 


Bottineau. 


Hettinger. 


Pembina. 


Wallace. 


Bovraiaii. 


Kidder. 


Pierce. 


Walsh. . 


Burleigh. 


Lamoure. 


Ramsey. 


Ward. 


Cass. 


Logan. 


Ransom. 


Wells. 


Cavalier. 


McHenry. 


Richland. 


Williams. 


Dickey. 


Mcintosh. 


Rolette. 




Dunn. 


McKenzie. 


Sargent. 




Eddy. 


McLean. 


Stark. 


, 


OHIO. 








Adams. 


Fairfield. 


Licking. 


Portage. 


Allen. 


Fayette. 


Logan. 


Preble. 


Ashland. 


Franklin. 


Lorain. 


Putnam. 


Ashtabula. 


Fulton. 


Lucas. 


Richland. 


Athens. 


Gallia. 


Madison. 


Ross. 


Auglaize. 


Geauga. 


Mahoning. 


Sandusky. 


Belmont. 


Greene. 


Marion. 


Scioto. 


Brown. 


Guernsey. 


Medina. 


Seneca. 


Butler. 


Hamilton. 


Meigs. 


Shelbv. 


Carroll. 


Hancock. 


Mercer. 


Stark. 


Champaign. 


Hardin. 


Miami. 


Summit. 


Clark. 


Harrison. 


Monroe. 


Trumbull. 


Clermont. 


Henry. 


Montgomery. 


Tuscarawas. 


Clinton. 


Highland. 


Morgan. 


Union. 


Columbiana. 


Hocking. 


Morrow. 


Van Wert. 


Coshocton. 


Holmes. 


Muskingum. 


Vinton. 


Crawford. 


Huron. 


Noble. 


Warren. 


Cuyahoga. 


Jackson. 


Ottawa. 


Washington. 


Darke. 


Jefferson. 


Paulding. 


Wayne. 


Defiance. 


Knox. 


Perry. 


Williams. 


Delaware. 


Lake. 


Pickaway. 


Wood. 


Erie. 


Lawrence. 


Pike. 


Wyandot. 


OKLAHOMA. 








Beaver. 


Day. 


Kiowa. 


Pottawatomie, 


Blaine. 


Dewey. 


Lincoln. 


Roger Mills. 


Caddo. 


Garfield. 


Logan. 


Washita. 


Canadian. 


Grant. 


Noble. 


Woods. 


Cleveland. 


Greer. 


Oklahoma. 


Woodward. 


Comanche. 


Kay. 


Pawnee. 




Custer. 


Kingfisher. 


Payne. 





COUNTY NAMES 



72 



OKE(jUJN. 

Baker. 


Gilliam. 


Linn. 


Union. 


Benton. 


Grant. 


Malheur. 


Wallowa. 


Clackamas. 


Harney. 


Marion. 


, Wasco. • 


Clatsop. 


Jack.son. 


Morrow. 


Washington. 


Columbia. 


Josephine. 


Multnomah. 


Wheeler. 


Coos. 


Klamath. 


Polk. 


Yamhill. 


Crook. 


Lake. 


Sherman. 




Curry. 


Lane. 


Tillamook. 




Douglas. 


Lincoln. 


Umatilla. 




PENNSYLVANIA. 








Adams. 


Clinton. 


Lackawanna 


Pike. 


Allegheny. 


Columbia. 


Lancaster. 


Potter. 


Armstrong. 


Crawford. 


Lawrence. 


Schuylkill. 


Beaver. 


Cumberland. 


Lebanon. 


Snyder. 


Bedford. 


Dauphin. 


Lehigh. 


Somerset. 


Berks. 


Delaware. 


Luzerne. 


Sullivan. 


Blair. 


Elk. 


Lycoming. 


Susquehanna. 


Bradford. 


Erie. 


McKean. 


Tioga. 


Bucks. 


Favette. 


Mercer. 


Union. 


Butler. 


Forest. 


Mifflin. 


Venango. 


Cambria. 


Franklin. 


Monroe. 


Warren. 


Cameron. 


Fulton. 


Montgomery. 


Washington. 


Carbon. 


Greene. 


Montour. 


Wayne. 


Center. 


Huntingdon. 


Northampton. 


Westmoreland, 


Chester. 


Indiana. 


Northumberland . 


Wyoming. 


Clarion. 


Jefferson. 


Perry. 


York. 


Clearfield. 


Juniata. 


Philadelphia. 




PORTO EICO. 








Aguadilla. 


Culebra. 


Humacao. 


Ponce. 


Arecibo. 


Guayama. 


Mayaguez. 


Vieques. 


Bayamon. 








RHODE ISLAND. 








Bristol. 


Newport. 


Providence. . 


Washington. 


Kent. 








SOUTH CAROLINA. 








Abbeville. 


Clarendon. 


Horry. 


Pickens. 


Aiken. 


Colleton. 


Kershaw. 


Richland. 


Anderson. 


Darlington. 


Lancaster. 


Saluda. 


Bamberg. 


Dorchester. 


Laurens. 


Spartanburg. 


Barnwell. 


Edgefield. 


Lee. 


Sumter. 


Beaufort. 


Fairfield. 


Lexington. 


Union. 


Berkeley. 


Florence. 


Marion. 


Williamsburg. 


Charleston. 


Georgetown. 


Marlboro. 


York. 


Cherokee. 


Greenville. 


Newberry. 




Chester. 


Greenwood. 


Oconee. ' 




Chesterfield. 


Hampton. 


Orangeburg. 




SOUTH DAKOTA. 








Armstrong. 


Day. 


Kingsbury. 


Presho. 


Aurora. 


Deuel. 


Lake. 


Roberts. 


Beadle. 


Dewey. 


Lawrence. 


Sanborn. 


Bonhomme. 


Douglas. 


Lincoln. 


Schnasse. 


Boreman. 


Edmunds. 


Lugenbeel. 


Shannon. 


Brookings. 


Fall Kiver. 


Lvman. 


Spink. 


Brown. 


Faulk. 


MeCook. 


Stanley. 


Brule. 


Grant. 


McPher.son. 


Sullv. 


Buffalo. 


Gregory. 


Marshall. 


Tripp. 


Butte. 


Hamlin. 


Meade. 


Turner. 


Campbell. 


Hand. 


Meyer. 


Union. 


Charles Mix. 


Hanson. 


Miner. 


Walworth. 


Clark. 


Hughes. 


Minnehaha. 


Washabaugh. 


Clay. 


Hutchinson. 


Moody. 


Washington. 


Codington. 


Hyde. 


Pennington. 


Yankton. 


Custer. 


Jackson. 


Potter. 




Davison. 


Jerauld. 


Pratt. 




TENNESSEE. 








Anderson. 


Cheatham. 


Dekalb. 


Grundy. 


Bedford. 


Chester. 


Dickson. 


Hamblen. 


Benton. 


Claiborne. 


Dyer. 


Hamilton. 


Bledsoe. 


Clay. 


Fayette. 


Hancock. 


Blount. 


Cocke. 


Fentress. 


Hardeman. 


Bradley. 


Coffee. 


Franklin. 


. Hardin. 


Campbell. 


Crockett. 


Gibson. 


Hawkins. 


Cannon. 


Cumberland. 


Giles. 


Haywood. 


Carroll. 


Davidson. 


Grainger. 


Henderson. 


Carter. 


Decatur. 


Greene. 


Henry. 



73 



COUNTY NAMES 



TENNESSEE— Continued. 


Hickman. 


McMinn. 


Houston. 


McNairy. 


Humphreys. 


Macon. 


Jackson. 


Madison. 


James. 


Marion. 


Jefferson. 


Marshall. 


Johnson. 


Maury. 


Knox. 


Meigs. 


Lake. 


Monroe. 


Lauderdale. 


Montgomery. 


Lawrence. 


Moore. 


Lewis. 


Morgan. 


Lincohi. 


Obion. 


Loudon. 


Overton. 


TEXAS. 




Anderson. 


Duval. 


Angelina. 


Eastland. 


Aransas. 


Ector. 


Archer. 


Edwards. 


Armstrong. 


Ellis. 


Atascosa. 


El Paso. 


Austin. 


Erath. 


Bandera. 


Falls. 


Bastrop. 


Fannin. 


Baylor. 


Fayette. 


Bee. 


Fisher. 


Bell. 


Floyd. 


Bexar. 


Foard. 


Blanco. 


Fort Bend. 


Borden. 


Franklin. 


Bosque. 


Freestone. 


Bowie. 


Frio. 


Brazoria. 


Galveston. 


Brazos. 


Garza. 


•Brewster. 


Gillespie. 


Briscoe. 


Glasscock. 


Brown. 


Goliad. 


Burleson. 


Gonzales. 


Burnet. 


Gray. 


Caldwell. 


Grayson. 


Calhoun. 


Gregg. 


Callahan. 


Grimes. 


Cameron. 


Guadalupe. 


Camp. 


Hale. 


Carson. 


Hall. 


Cass. 


Hamilton. 


Castro. 


Hansford. 


Chambers. 


Hardeman. 


Cherokee. 


Hardin. 


Childress. 


Harris. 


■ Clay. 


Harrison. 


Coke. 


Hartlev. 


Coleman. 


Haskell. 


Collin. 


Hays. 


Collingsworth. 


Hemphill. 


Colorado. 


Henderson. 


Comal. 


Hidalgo. 


Comanche. 


Hill. 


Concho. 


Hood. 


Cooke. 


Hopkins. 


Coryell. 


Houston. 


Cottle. 


Howard. 


Crockett. 


Hunt. 


Crosby. 


Hutchinson 


■ Dallam. 


Irion. 


Dallas. 


Jack. 


Dawson. 


Jackson. 


Deaf Smith. 


Jasper. 


Delta. 


Jeff Davis. 


Denton. 


Jefferson. 


Dewitt. 


Johnson. 


Dickens. 


Jones. 


Dimmit. 


Karnes. 


Donley. 


Kaufman. 


UTAH. 




Beaver. 


Grand. 


BoxeMer. 


Iron. 


Cache. 


Juab. 


Carbon. 


Kane. 


Davis. 


Millard. 


Emery. 


Morgan. 


Garfield. 


Piute. 



Perry. 

Pickett. 

Polk. 

Putnam. 

Rhea. 

Roane. 

Robertson . 

Rutherford. 

Scott. 

Sequatchie. 

Sevier. 

Shelby. 

Smith. 

Stewart. 



Kendall. 

Kent. 

Kerr. 

Kimble. 

King. 

Kinney. 

Knox. 

Lamar. 

Lampasas. 

Lasalle. 

Lavaca. 

Lee. 

Leon. 

Liberty. 

Limestone. 

Lipscomb. 

Live Oak. 

Llano. 

Lubbock. 

Lynn. 

MeCulloch. 

McLennan. 

McMuUen. 

Madison. 
Marion. 

Martin. 

Mason. 

Matagorda. 

Maverick. 

Medina. 

Menard. 

Midland. 

Milam. 

Mills. 

Mitchell. 

Montague. 

Montgomery. 

Moore. 

Morris. 

Motley. 

Nacogdoches. 

Navarro. 

Newton. 

Nolan. 

Nueces. 

Ochiltree. 

Oldham. 

Orange. 

Palo Pinto. 

Panola. 

Parker. 

Parmer. 

Pecos. 

Polk. 

Potter. 

Presidio. 

Rains. 

Randall. 

Red River. 



Rich. 

Salt Lake. 

San Juan. 

Sanpete. 

Sevier. 

Summit. 

Tooele. 



Sullivan. 

Sumner. 

Tipton. 

Trousdale. 

Unicoi. 

L'nioii. 

Van Buren. 

Warren. 

Washington. 

Wayne. 

Weakley. 

White. 

Williamson. 

Wilson. 



Reeves. 

Refugio. 

Roberts. 

Robertson. 

Rockwall. 

Runnels. 

Busk. 

Sabine. 

San Augustine. 

San Jacinto. 

San Patricio. 

San Saba. 

Schleicher. 

Scurry. 

Shackelford. 

Shelby. 

Sherman. 

Smith. 
Somervell. 

Starr. 

Stephens. 

Sterling. 

Stonewall. 

Sutton. 

Swisher. 

Tarrant. 

Taylor. 

Terry. 

Throckmorton. 

Titus. 

Tom Green. 

Travis. 

Trinity. 

Tyler. 

Upshur. 

Uvalde. 

Valverde. 

Van Zandt. 

Victoria. 

Walker. 

Waller. 

Ward. 

Washington. 

Webb. 

Wharton. 

AYlieeler. 

Wichita. 

Wilbarger. 

Williamson. 

Wilson. 

Wise. 

Wood. . 

Yoakum. 

Young. 

Zapata. 

Zavalla. 



Uinta. 

Utah. 

Wasatch. 

Washington. 

Wayne. 

Weber. 



COUNTY NAMES 



74 



VERMONT. 








Addison. 


E.ssex. 


Orange. 


Windham. 


Bennington. 


Franklin. 


Orleans. 


Windsor. 


Caledonia. 


Grand Isle. 


Rutland. 




Chittenden. 


Lamoille. 


Washington. 




VIRGINIA. 








Aceomac. 


Dickenson. 


King William. 


Princess Anne. 


Albemarle. 


Dinwiddle. 


Lancaster. 


Prince William 


Alexandria. 


Elizabeth City. 


Lee. 


Pulaski. 


Alleghany. 


Essex. 


Loudoun. 


Rappahannock, 


Amelia. 


Fairfax. 


Louisa. 


Richmond. 


Amherst. 


Fauquier. 


Lunenburg. 


Roanoke. 


Appomattox. 


Floyd. 


Madison. 


Rockbridge. 


Angu.sta. 


Fluvanna. 


Mathews. 


Rockingham. 


Bath. 


Franklin. 


Mecklenburg. 


Russell. 


Bedford. 


Frederick. 


Middlesex. 


Scott. 


Bland. 


Giles. 


Montgomery. 


Shenando<di. 


Botetonrt. 


Gloucester. 


Nansemond. 


Smyth. 


Brunswick. 


Goochland. 


Nelson. 


Southampton. 


Buchanan. 


Grayson. 


New Kent. 


Spottsvlvania. 


Buckingham. 


Greene. 


Norfolk. 


Stafford. 


Campbell. 


Greenesville. 


Northampton. 


Surry. 


Caroline. 


Halifax. 


Nortliuniberland. 


Sussex. 


Carroll. 


Hanover. 


Nottoway. 


Tazewell. 


Charles Citv. 


Henrico. 


Orange. 


Warren. 


Charlotte. 


Henry. 


Page. 


Warwick. 


Che.sterfield. 


Highland. 


Pafrick. 


Washington. 


Clarke. 


Isle of Wight. 


Pittsylvania. 


Westmoreland. 


Craig. 


James City. 


Powhatan. 


Wise. 


Culpeper. 


King and Queen. 


Prince Edward. 


Wvthe. 


Cumberland. 


King George. 


Prince George. 


York. 


VVASHINGTON. 








Adams. 


Ferry. 


Lewis. 


Snohomish. 


Asotin. 


Franklin. 


Lincoln. 


Spokane. 


Chehalis. 


Garfield. 


Mason. 


Stevens. 


Chelan. 


Island. 


Okanogan. 


Thurston, 


Clallam. 


Jefierson. 


Pacific. 


Wahkiak\im. 


Clarke. 


King. 


Pierce. 


Wallawalla. 


Columbia. 


Kitsap. 


San Juan. 


Whatcom. 


Cowiitz. 


Kittitas. 


Skagit. 


Whitman. 


Douglas. 


Klickitat. 


Skamania. 


Yakima. 


WEST VIRGINIA. 








Barbour. 


Hancock. 


Mineral. 


Ritchie. 


Berkeley. 


Hardy. 


Mingo. 


Roane. 


Boone. 


Harrison. 


Monongalia 


Summers. 


Braxton. 


Jackson. 


Monroe. 


Taylor. 


Brooke. 


Jefferson. 


Morgan. 


Tucker. 


Cabell. 


Kanawha. 


Nicholas. 


Tyler, 


Calhoun. 


Lewis. 


Ohio. 


Upshur. 


Clay. 


Lincoln. 


Pendleton. 


Wayne. 


Doddridge. 


Logan. 


Pleasants. 


Webster. 


Favette. 


McDowell. 


Pocahontas. 


Wetzel. 


Gilmer. 


Marion. 


Preston. 


Wirt. 


Grant. 


Marshall. 


Putnam. 


Wood. 


Greenbrier. 


Mason. 


Raleigh. 


Wyomin,g. ^ 


Hampshire. 


Mercer. 


Randolph. 




WISCONSIN. 








Adams. 


Florence. 


Manitowoc. 


St. Croix. 


Ashland. 


Fond du Lac. 


Marathon. 


Sauk. 


Barron. 


Forest. 


Marinette. 


Sawyer. 


Bayfield. 


Gates. 


Marquette. 


Shawano. 


Brown. 


Grant. 


Milwaukee. 


Sheboygan. 


Buffalo. 


Green. 


Monroe. 


Taylor. 


Burnett. 


Green Lake. 


Oconto. 


Trempealeau. 


Calumet. 


Iowa. 


Oneida. 


Vernon. 


Chippewa. 


Iron. 


Outagamie. 


Vilas. 


Clark. 


Jackson. 


Ozaukee. 


Walworth. 


Columbia. 


Jefferson. 


Pepin. 


Washburn. 


Crawford. 


Juneau. 


Pierce. 


Washington. 


Dane. 


Kenosha. 


Polk. 


Waukesha. 


Dodge. 


Kewaunee. 


Portage. 


Waupaca. 


Door. 


La Crosse. ' 


Price. 


Waushara. 


Douglas. 


Lafayette. 


Racine. 


Winnebago. 


Dunn. 


Langlade. 


Richland. 


Wood. 


Eau Claire. 


Lincoln. 


Rock. 




WYOMING. 








Albany. 


Crook. 


Natrona. 


Weston. 


Bighorn. 


Fremont. 


Sheridan. 




Carbon. 


Johnson. 


Sweetwater. 




Converse. 


Laramie. 


Uinta. 





75 



PAGE MEASUREMENTS 



STANDARD PAGE MEASUREMENTS. 

WIDTH OF PAGE. 



Measure. 



Census 

Quarto 

Statutes 

Professional papers 

Document 

12mo 

Law . , 

General order 

Bill 

Court decisions 

Record 



Point. 



o 



43? 
385+i 
381 
31-5 
27 
26J 
24§ 
36J 
274 



o 



6t 
545 
48§ 
48 
39Ki 
33J 
323 
30J 
45J 
34| 
313 



851 

73 

64J 

64 

52f 

443 

43J 

41 

60A 

-m 

424: 



Record. 



I 

Si 

O 



53 
454 
40-J 
39f 
323 
27§+i 
27 
25J 
37f 
285 
26* 



m 



64f 

55J 

49^ 

48A 

40 

34 

33 

31i 

45i+J 
35J 
32 



o 



85J 

73 

64.3 

64 

523 

45 

434 

41 

60A 

46J 

42J 



Krnce. 






53^ 

45i 
40i 

m+i 
33 

28 

■m 

25i 
373 

2Ss+^ 
26i 



pa 



66J 
57 
50^ 
50 

44 
35 
34i 
32 

36J 
33 



o 



84 

72 

633 

63 

52 

44 

43 

401 

59i 

45A 

4U 



LENGTH OF PAGE.n 



Census . . ' 

Quarto 

Statutes 

Professional papers. 

Document 

12mo 

Law 

General order 

Bill 

Court decisions 

Record 



67i 


84 


112 


69f 


85J 


112 


70 


88 


63f 


794 


106 


66 


80* 


106 


65 


82 


60 


75 


100 


62J 


76-i 


100 


62* 


78i 


55 


68§ 


91* 


56| 


69* 


91* 


56J 


71 


54 


67* 


891 


56 


684 


90 


56 


70J 


48 


60 


79i 


491 


60* 


79* 


49J 


62J 


,48 


60 


79* 


491 


60* 


79* 


49i 


62* 


38^ 


48 


633 


39§ 


48* 


633 


40 


50 


63? 


79i 


100 


66 


80* 


106 


65 


82 


49 


61 


m 


501 


62 


81* 


50J 


68f 



















111 

104 
99 
89^ 
88* 
80 
80 
63 

104 

80:J 



NUMBER OF EMS IN A PAGE. 



Census 

Quarto 


3,621 
2,992 
3,480 
2, 242 
1,856 
1,404 
2, 729 
1,050 


5,696 
4,675 
5,204 
3,552 
2,920 
2, 210 
3,793 
1,643 


10,115 
8,249 
8, 239 
6, 336 
5,141 
3, 915 
6,014 
2,911 


3,922 
3,150 
3, 964 
2,440 
1,980 
1,512 
2, 853 
1,144 


5, 850 
4,816 
5,253 
3,675 
2,960 
2,244 
3,833 
1,674 


10, 115 
8,249 
8, 239 
6,330 
5,141 
3, 915 
6,014 
2, 911 


3,922 
3,105 
3,952 

2,457 
1,947 
1,484 
2,746 
1,075 


5,031 
4,872 
5,556 
3,871 
2,993 
2,310 
3,792 
1,728 


9,828 
7, 920 


Statutes b 


8 056 


Professional papers 


6,200 
4 888 


Document 


12mo 


3, 69 G 


Law b 


6 014 


General order 


2, 720 


Bill 




Court decisions 


1,484 


2,310 


4,094 


1,595 


2,345 


4,094 


1, 566 


2,448 


3, 94S 


Record 






















a Does not include head or foot slug. 



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77 



SIGNATURES 



SIGNATURE NUMBERS FOR SIXTEENS. 



1... 


..Title 


39... 


....609 


77... 


...1217 


115... 


...1825 


153... 


...2433 


2... 


17 


40... 


....625 


78... 


...1233 


116... 


...1841 


154... 


...2449 


3... 


33 


41... 


....641 


79... 


...1249 


117... 


...1857 


155... 


...2465 


4... 


49 


42... 


....657 


80... 


...1265 


118... 


...1873 


156... 


...2481 


5... 


65 


43... 


....673 


81... 


...1281 


119... 


...1889 


157... 


...2497 


6... 


81 


44... 


....689 


82... 


...1297 


120... 


...1905 


158... 


...2513 


7... 


97 


45... 


....705 


83... 


...1313 


121... 


...1921 


159... 


...2529 


8... 


....113 


46... 


....721 


84... 


...1329 


122... 


...1937 


160... 


...2545 


9... 


....129 


47... 


....737 


85... 


...1345 


123... 


...1953 


161... 


...2561 


10... 


....145 


48... 


....753 


86... 


...1361 


124... 


...1969 


162... 


...2577 


11... 


....161 


49... 


....769 


87... 


...1377 


125... 


...1985 


163... 


...2593 


12... 


....177 


50... 


....785 


88... 


...1393 


126... 


...2001 


164... 


...2609 


13... 


....193 


51... 


....801 


89... 


...1409 


127... 


...2017 


165... 


...2625 


14... 


209 


52... 


....817 


90... 


...1425 


128... 


...2033 


166... 


...2641 


15... 


225 


53... 


833 


91... 


...1441 


129... 


...2049 


167... 


...2657 


16... 


....241 


54... 


....849 


92... 


...1457 


130... 


...2065 


168... 


...2673 


17... 


257 


55... 


....865 


93... 


. . . 1473 


131... 


...2081 


169... 


...2689 


18... 


....273 


56... 


881 


94... 


...1489 


132... 


...2097 


170... 


...2705 


19... 


....289 


57... 


....897 


95... 


. . .1505 


133... 


...2113 


171... 


...2721 


20... 


....305 


58... 


....913 


96... 


...1521 


134... 


...2129 


172... 


...2737 


21... 


....321 


59... 


929 


97... 


...1537 


135... 


...2145 


173... 


...2753 


22... 


....337 


60... 


....945 


98... 


...1553 


136... 


...2161 


174... 


...2769 


23... 


....353 


61... 


....961 


99... 


...1569 


137... 


...2177 


175... 


...2785 


24... 


....369 


62... 


....977 


100... 


...1585 


138... 


...2193 


176... 


...2801 . 


25... 


....385 


63... 


....993 


101... 


...1601 


139... 


...2209 


177... 


...2817 


26... 


401 


64... 


...1009 


102... 


...1617 


140,.. 


...2225 


178... 


...2833 


! 27... 


417 


65... 


...1025 


103... 


...1633 


141... 


...2241 


179... 


...2849 


28... 


....433 


66... 


...1041 


104... 


...1649 


142... 


...2257 


ISO... 


...2865 


29... 


. . . .449 


67... 


...1057 


105... 


...1665 


143... 


...2273 


181... 


...2881 


30... 


....465 


68... 


...1073 


106... 


...1681 


144... 


...2289 


182... 


...2897 


31... 


....481 


69... 


...1089 


107... 


...1697 


145... 


...2305 


183... 


...2913 


32... 


....497 


70... 


...1105 


108... 


...1713 


146... 


...2321 


184... 


...2929 


33... 


....513 


71... 


...1121 


109... 


...1729 


147... 


...2337 


185... 


...2945- 


34... 


....529 


72... 


...1137 


110... 


...1745 


148... 


...2353 


.186... 


...2961 


35 


545 


73... 
74... 


...1153 
...1169 


111... 
112... 


...1761 

...1777 


149... 
150... 


...2369 
...2385 


187... 
188... 


...2977 
...2993 


36... 


561 


37... 


....577 


75... 


...1185 


113... 


...1793 


151... 


...2401 


189... 


...3009 


38... 


....593 


76... 


...1201 


114... 


...1809 


152... 


...2417 


190... 


...3025 



SIGNATURES 



78 



SIGNATURE NUMBERS FOR EIGHTS. 



1... 


. Title 


26... 


...201 


51 


401 


76... 


...601 


101.... 


...801 


2... 


9 


27... 


...209 


52.... 


....409 


77.... 


...609 


102... 


...809 


3... 


.....17 


28... 


...217 


53.... 


....417 


78... 


...617 


103... 


....817 


4... 


25 


29. -- 


....225 


54.--. 


....425 


79... 


...625 


104... 


...825 


5... 


33 


30... 


...233 


55.... 


....433 


80... 


...633 


105... 


...833 


6... 


41 


31... 


...241 


56.... 


441 


81... 


...641 


106... 


....841 


7... 


49 


32... 


....249 


57.... 


449 


82... 


...649 


107... 


....849 


8... 


57 


33... 


.-..257 


58.-.. 


....457 


83... 


...657 


108... 


....857 


9... 


65 


34... 


...265 


59-... 


....465 


■84... 


...665 


109... 


...-865 


10... 


73 


35... 


....273 


60.... 


....473 


85... 


...673 


110... 


...873 


11... 


81 


36... 


....281 


61 


481 


86... 


....681 


111... 


....881 


12... 


89 


37... 


...289 


62.... 


....489 


87... 


....689 


112... 


....889 


13... 


97 


38... 


....297 


63.... 


. . . .497 


88... 


...697 


113... 


....897 


14... 


....105 


39... 


....305 


64.... 


....505 


89... 


...705 


114... 


....905 


15... 


....113 


40... 


....313 


65..-- 


....513 


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....521 


91... 


....721 


116... 


....921 


17... 


....129 


42... 


....329 


67.... 


529 


■92... 


...729 


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18... 


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43... 


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68.... 


....537 


93... 


....737 


118.-- 


..-.937 


19... 


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44... 


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94... 


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119... 


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95... 


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120... 


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46... 


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71 


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96... 


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22... 


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47... 


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GREEK ALPHABET. 



Caps. 


Lower 
case. 


Greek sound. 


English 
sound. 


Caps. 


Lower 
case. 


Greek sound. 


English 
sound. 


A 


a 


Alpha. 


A. 


N 


V 


Nu. 


N. 


B 


fi% 


Beta. 


B. 


J-^ 




Xi. 


X. 


r 


Y 


Gamma. 


G. 








Omieron. 


short. 


A 


5 


Delta. 


D. 


n 


% vs 


Pi. 


P. 


E 


£ 


Epsilon. 


E short. 


p 


p 


Rho. 


R. 


Z 


c 


Zeta. 


Z. 


2 


6 i 


Sigma. 


S. 


H 


rj 


Eta. 


E long. 


T 


r 


Tau. 


T. 


& 


6 5 


Theta. 


Th. 


T 


V 


Upsilon. 


U. 


I 


I 


Iota. 


I. 


$ 


(pep 


Phi. 


F. 


K 


K yc 


Kappa. 


K. 


X 


X 


Chi. 


Ch. 


A 


X 


Lambda. 


L. 


w 


if) a 


Psi. 


Ps. 


M 


l-i- 


Mu. 


M. 


n 


GO 


Omega. 


long. 

1 



SUGG-ESTIO^S FOE COMPOSITORS, EEADERS, 

AIsTD REYISEES. 



TYPESETTING. 



Compositors are expected to carefully study the rules governing composition. A failure to do 
this will show plainly in the proof. It must be remembered, however, that all work done in the 
office is not in accordance with the regular or office style. Special instructions will invariably 
accompany copy of this kind, and a compositor should a.scertain when taking out copy whether it is 
to be set according to office style; if it is not, he should read instructions carefully and confer fully 
with the foreman or man at the desk about doubtful questions. 

Compositors should take every precaution to prevent the soiling of proof sheets, as it is necessary 
for the reviser to see clearly every mark on the margin of a proof after it has been corrected. 

Do not try to cover up or hide an accident. After a proof is read the first time, if a word or line is 
pied, or if a "drop out" occurs, or any accident happens to the type, it is the duty of the workman to 
call attention to it in writing on the latest proof sheet, whether it be a galley revise, page revise, 
stone revise, press revise, or foundry revise. If a proof sheet be not available or immediately at hand, 
put the types involved feet tjppermgst when returning tliem to the galley, page, or form. This 
direction is intended for all who handle type — laborers, compositors, makers-up, imposers, and elec- 
trotypers — and will be insisted upon. Accidents will happen, and correctness can be assured only 
by faithfully following the instructions here given. 

READING. 

Proofs that are overinked, pale, smeared, or that have margins too narrow for proper marking, or 
for any reason are not good proofs, must be refused. 

When a proof is taken out, the reader should inform himself fully as to the character of the work, 
whether there are any special instructions or peculiarities concerning it, and get such otlier infor- 
mation as he may think will assist him; and before beginning to read he should make sure that 
copy agrees with proof and that the entire proof is legible. It is well to do preparatory work and 
take a general survey of a proof before beginning to read it. 

The style in which correction marks are made on a proof is an element of considerable importance. 
Straggling, unsymmetrical characters, disconnected marks placed in the margins above or below the 
lines to which they relate, irregular lines leading from an incorrect letter or word to a correction, 
large marks, marks made with a blunt pencil, indistinct marks, a frequent use of the eraser to 
obliterate marks hastily or incorrectly made, are all faults to be avoided. In reading proof of wide 
tables the reader should take advantage of white space as near as po.ssible to the error and place the 
correction therein, thus aiding all who have occasion to handle the proof afterwards. 

The time to be spent in reading a proof should be governed, in a great measure, by Us importance; 
but speed should never be greater than is consistent with practical correctness. 

When an entire "take" or proof seems to have been set uniformly, a reader should never make 
important changes in indentions of tables or make like corrections which will cause a great deal of 
work without con.sulting the foreman or the copy preparer. 

When the reader detects inconsistent and erroneous statements, obviously made by the writer 
through lapse of the memory or slip of the pen, it is his duty to correct. He does so at his peril, 
however. He must know, not suspect, that they are errors, and be prepared, if called upon, to vin- 
dicate the soundness of his correction by recognized authority. If lie does not know, he should 
query. 

In work of particular value — historic or scientific publications, books that may be used for refer- 
ence, etc. — the reader should be on the lookout for faulty construction of senteiicos, bad metaphore, 
inconsistent statements, the misuse of words, and defects of similar cbaracter. These he should 
query. The proofs of this class of work always go out, and the author will probably welcome 
reasonable .suggestions; but the reader must not worry himself or the author about the extreme niceties 
of grammar or suggest pedantic emendations. 

79 



SUGGESTIONS 80 

Readers will carefully note the instructions to compositors as to spacing, division of words, etc., 
and never hesitate to mark when work is imperfect. 

Readers are enjoined to keep in full sympathy with the copy preparers. They must always con- 
sult with the latter before making important changes in proof. The marks of the copy preparer 
must be given consideration by all. He has probably handled the entire work, and is in a pcsition 
to know more about its peculiarities than the man who reads but a small portion. 

GALLEY-PROOF REVISING. 

A reviser should see that all corrections have been properly made in the type, that words or lines 
have not been transposed by the compositor in making the corrections, and that the rules governing 
spacing, division of words, and good printing generally have been observed. Compositors have no 
excuse for tlie neglect of even spacing, either when setting the type or when making corrections, 
and the reader or reviser who passes bad spacing will be held in fault. 

All queries made by readers must be carefully transferred to the proof to be sent out, which should 
always be clean and well printed. 

Every paragraph containing an alteration in a proof that makes one or more overruns must be reread 
as first proof. It must be read aloud by copyholder, word for word, to the end of the paragraph, or at 
least far enough to satisfy the reviser that the proper correction has been made and no new errors have 
slipped in while the lines were being handled. 

PRESS REVISING. 

The following rules should be carefully studied: 

1. See that galley slips connect before beginning the page or press revise. ' 

2. See that page folios are continuous, that running heads are correct and uniform, and that the 
proper signature is correctly placed. 

3. See that the proof sheets are clean and clear; send for another proof in case they are not. 

4. Revise carefully, observing connections between pages, carrying all unanswered queries, and 
taking care that continued and repeated lines are free from errors. 

5. If a revise is badly corrected or is from any cause not reasonably free from error, call for another 
correction and proof (stating number wanted), and destroy all duplicates. 

6. Be on the lookout for "drop outs," doublets, and transpositions, applying the rules laid down for 
first revisers. 

7. Read by copy all running heads, and box heads in continuous tables; see that all leading lines 
are carried at the top where subordinate matter turns over; that dollar marks and italic captions of 
columns are properly placed and uniform: that the matter is as compact as circumstances will permit; 
and that footnotes fall on the page containing the corresponding reference, and are symmetrically 
arranged. 

8. Preserve complete flies of all proofs returned to the desk in the ordinary course of business, 
especially of the final proofs from which a work is sent to the press or foundr5\ 

9. On first page of a signature of a stone or press revise carry the number of copies and kind of 
paper, with any special directions that may be necessary; and see that the form is properly imposed, 

10. Be particular in making the "mark off" on a galley slip when the first page proofs are sent out. 
cutting the proof sheet and noting upon it the connecting gallej'' slug, the folio of the succeeding 
page, and the proper signature of the same. Retain the "mark off" and deliver the galley slips with 
the clean proof to the proof clerk. 

11. Always make sure that different sets of proof sheets on any work are correctly marked in 
series, as "R," "2d R," "3d R," etc., and when a sheet is stamped "Another proof" carry the same 
designating " R " on the corresponding clean one, and destroy the stamped proof when it has served 
its purpose. 

12. When two or more jobs are imposed in one form, the reviser should separate the parts to verify 
the imposition. Until familiar with the "fold," however, caution must be exercised in cutting the 
sheet. 

13. Press, stone, and foundry revises are equally important. In the latter especial care must be 
taken that rules do not lap, that work is not jammed in the "lockup," that damaged letters and 
''slips" are indicated, and that the matter is ready in all respects to pass severe criticism. 

14. Government publications are usually made up in the following order: 

Page 1, title; page 2, blank; page 3, table of contents. If ending on an odd-numbered page, then 
page 4, blank; page 5, letter of transmittal; page 6, blank; page 7, text proper. 

In the body of the work new pages will be properly indicated on the proof sheet. Tables of con- 
tents, letters of transmittal, lists of illustrations, the text proper of a book, and all matter following 
half titles (except parallel tables) should begin on a new odd page. 

SIGNATURES. 

15. All signatures are designated by consecutive numbers — 2, 3, 4, etc. — from the first to the last. 
The distinguishing feature is usually the jacket number, preceding the signature number and 
connected with it by a 2-em dash. House and Senate documents take the following signature forms: 

S. Doc. 13 9 H. Doc. 123 7 

S. Doc. 42, pt 3 9 H. Doc. 13, pt 2 5 

S. Rep. 13 9 H. Rep. 247 3 



DECISIO]^S OF THE UNITED STATES BOARD 
OIN GEOGRAPHIC I^AMES. 



[Note. — This list includes all decisions rendered by the Board. Adopted forms 
are shown by bold-face type, rejected forms by italics, and revisions of previous 
decisions by an asterisk (*). 

The following pages are printed from the plates used in ptrinting the edition for the 
Board, and the capitalization and use of some of the abbreviations are not to be regarded 
as office style.l 



A. 

Aalplaus; see Alplaua. 

Abagadasset; point, Kennebec river, 

Sagadahoc county, Me. (Not Abaga- 

duseet.) 
Abino; point, in Canada, near east end 

of Lake Erie. (Not Abineau.) 
*Aboite; P. O. and R. R. station, Allen 

county, Ind. (Not Aboit.) 
Aboo-shehr; see Bushire. 
Abram; creek in Grant and Mineral 

counties, W. Va. (Not Abraham.) 
Abruad; see Riad. 
Absaroka; range of mountains in and 

near Yellowstone National Park. (Not 

Shoshone, Snow, nor Yellowstone.) 
Absecon; bay, beach, inlet, town, etc., 

Atlantic county, N. J. (Not Absecom 

village.) 
Acabonack; harbor in Easthampton, 

Suffolk county, Long Island, N. Y. 

(Not Acabomock.) 
Accomac; county seat of Accomac 

county, Va. (Not Drummondtown.) 
Accra; see Akkra. 

Acequia; P. 0. and R. R. station, Doug- 
las county, Colo. (Not Ascequia.) 
Acken; dock, Raritan river, Middlesex 

county, N. J. (Not Acken's.) 
Acoakset; see Westport. 
Acoma; P. O. McLeoa county, Minn. 
(Not Aconia.) 

M S— 03 6 



Acquasco; see Aquasco. 

Acquia; see Aquia. 

Acworth; P. O., R. R. station, and town, 
Cobb county, Ga. (Not Ackworth.) 

Adam; island, Chesapeake bay, Dorches- 
ter county, Md. (Not Adams nor 
Adam's.) 

Adams; creek, tributary to Ossabaw 
sound, Chatham county, Ga. (Not 
Adams'.) 

Adam's creek; see Cunningham. 

Adams; township, Warren county, Ind. 
(Not J. Q. Adams.) 

Adams Fall; ledge in New Haven har- 
bor. Conn. ( Not Adam' s Fall. ) 

Adel; see Somali. 

Adelina; P. O., Calvert county, Md. 
(Not Adalina.) 

Aderhold; ferry over Chattahoochee 
river, Campbell and Douglas counties, 
Ga. (Not Daholt nor Addahold.) 

Adirondack; mountains in northern 
New York. (Not Adirondac.) 

Adkins; see Atkins. 

Admiralty; see Yakutat. 

Adobe; P. 0., Madison county, Mont. 
(Not Adobetown.) 

Adrar; a mountainous district in the 
western Sahara, Africa. (Not Aderar 
nor Aderer.) 

Afrikia; see Tunis. 

Afton; see Home. 

Agasltagok; see Bogoslof. 



Aga — Als. 



82 



Agate; K. R. station, Floyd county, Ga. 

(Not Cunningham.) 
Agattu; island; one of the western 

Aleutians, Alaska. 
Agee; P. 0., Campbell county, Tenn. 

(Not Agec.) 
Agency; creek, Missoula county, Mont. 

(Not Jones nor Mill.) 
Aghik; island; oneof the Semidi islands, 

Alaska. (Not A'ghik.) 
AgMyuk; island; one of the Semidi 

islands, Alaska. (Not Aghi'yukh. ) 
Ahle; point in Columbia river, Cowlitz 

county. Wash. (Not Ahle's.) 
Ahmed-Shahee; see Kandahar. 
Ahnapee; city and river, Kewaunee 

county. Wis. (Not Ahnepee.) 
Ahtanum; see Atanum. 
Aidin; see Smyrna. 
Aiken; landing and swamp, James river, 

Chesterfieldcounty,Va. (Not Aiken's.) 
Aiken; R. R. station, Montgomery 

county, N. Y. (Not Akin.) 
Ailanthus; see Alanthus. 
Ailuk; atoll; one of the INIarshall group 

of islands, Pacific ocean. (Not Ailu 

nor Krusenstern.) 
Air; see Asben. 
Aix; peak in Cascade range, Yakima 

coimty, Wash. (Not Aiks.) 
Akin; see Aiken. 
Akkra; town on the Gold Coaot, West 

Africa. (Not Accrah, etc.) 
Akun; island; one of the eastern Aleu- 
tians, Alaska. (Not Akoun.) 
Akutan; bay, harbor, island, pass, vil- 
lage, and volcano, eastern Aleutians, 

Alaska. ( Not Akoutan. ) 
Alacran; reef, bank of Campeche, off 

north coast of Yucatan, Gulf of Mexico. 

(Not Alacrane nor The Alacranes.) 
Alamota; R. R. station. Lane county, 

Kans. (Not Alomata.) 
Alanthus; P. 0., Culpeper county, Va. 

(Not Ailanthus.) 
Alanthus; P. 0., Franklin county, Ala. 

(Not Ailanthus.) 
Alanthus; P. O., Gove county, Kans. 

(Not Ailanthus.) 
Alanthus Grove ; P. O. , Gentry county. 

Mo. (Not Ailanthus Grove.) 
Alanthus Hill; P. 0., Hancock county, 

Tenn. (Not Ailanthus.) 
Alapaha; P. 0.,and R. R. station, Ber- 
rien county, Ga. (Not AUapaha.) 



Alarl-n; see Yalaka. 

Alaska; peninsula of soutnwestem Alas- 
ka. (Not Aliaska.) 

Alberhill; coal mine and R. R. station, 
Riverside county, Cal. (Not Alberhil. ) 

Albert Nyanza; lake in central Africa. 
(Not Albert Edward, Albert Edward 
Nyanza, Muta, Muta Nzige, nor 
M'Wooten N'zige.) 

Alcovy; P. O., mountain, and river in 
Newton and Walton counties., Ga. 
(Not Ulcofauhachee.) 

Alexander; P. 0. and R. R. station, Tal- 
lapoosa county, Ala. (Not Alexander 
City.) 

Alexandria; township, Leavenworth 
county, Kans. (Not Alexander.) 

Algeciras; seaport town in Spain, on 
bay of Gibraltar. (Not Algeziras.) 

Algers; see Elger. 

Aliaska; see Alaska. 

Alki; point in Puget sound, near Seat- 
tle, Wash. (Not Battery, Me-kwah- 
mooks nor Robert's.) 

Alkires Mills; P. 0., Lewis county, W. 
Va. (Not Alkire's Mill.) 

AUamuchy; mountain, pond, and town- 
ship, Warren county, N. J. (Not Ala- 
muche.) 

AUapaha; see Alapaha. 

Allegany; township, Potter coimty. Pa. 

Allegheny; mountains and river in east- 
ern United States. (Not Allegany nor 
Alleghany.) 

AUenbridge; P. 0., Greene county, 
Tenn. (Not Allen's Bridge, Cooter's 
Bridge, nor Gurley's Bridge.) 

Allentown; see Camp Springs. 

Allimatona; see Pottersville. 

AUoway; creek, village, etc., Salem 
county, N. J. (Not Alloways.) 

Alloway; landing on Mississippi river, 
Adams county. Miss. (Not Allawa.) 

Alloway; township, Salem county, N. J. 
(Not Upper Alloways Creek.) 

Allum; see Alum. 

AUuwe; P. 0., Cherokee Nation, Ind. T. 
(Not Al-lu-we.) 

Almon; P.O., Newton county, Ga. (Not 
Almond.) 

Alplaus; village and kill (or creek), 
Schenectady county, N. Y. (Not Aal- 
plaus.) 

Alsek; river in southeastern A.laska 
(Not Altsek nor Altsekh ) 



83 



Als — Arc. 



Alseya; P. O., precinct, river, etc., Ben- 
ton county, Oreg. (NotAlsea.) 

Alum; hill in town of Sheffield, Berk- 
shire county, Mass. (Not Allum.) 

Amatignak; island; one of the Andre- 
anof group, middle Aleutians, Alaska. 

Ambezi; see Zambezi. 

Ambler; see Montbrook. 

Amcliitka; island; one of the Andreanof 
group, middle Aleutians, Alaska. 

Amdal; see Aurdal. 

Amelia; lake near Minneapolis, Henne- 
pin county, Minn. (Not Emelia.) 

America; city, Nemaha county, Kans. 
(Not America City) . 

Ames Ripple; light on Ohio river, 
Washmgton county, Ohio. (Not Ames' 
Ripple.) 

Amicalola; P. 0., mountain, falls, and 
two creeks (Big and Little), Dawson 
county, Ga. (Not Amicolola, Armaco- 
lola, etc.) 

Amite; county seat of Tangipahoa par- 
ish. La. (Not Amite City.) 

Amphibious; see Beaver. 

Amu; river (the ancient Oxus) in south- 
ern Russia, tributary to Aral sea. (Not 
Amoo, Jihoon, nor Sir Daria, etc.) 

Amukta; island and pass, eastern Aleu- 
tians, Alaska. (Not Amukhta.) 

Amur; province and river in eastern 
Siberia. (Not Amoor, Amour, Maugu, 
nor Sakhalin.) 

Amzi; see Treadwell. 

Anacostia; river, D. C. and Md. (Not 
Eastern Branch.) 

Anam; a French possession in Asia, east 
of Siam. (Not Annam.) 

Andreafski; settlement on the lower 
Yukon river, Alaska. 

Andreanof; group of the middle Aleu- 
tian islands, Alaska. (Not Andreanow- 
sky.) 

Angus; P. 0. and R. R. station, Polk 
county, Minn. (Not Angers.) 

Anhembi; see Tiete. 

Aniakchak; bay in Alaska peninsula, 
north of Semidi islands, Alaska. (Not 
Aniakshak.) 

Animas; river tn southwestern Colo- 
rado, tributary to the San Juan. (Not 
Las Animas, Rio Las Animas, nor Rio 
de las Animas.) 

Anjer; seaport town, strait of Sunda, 
weBt coast of Java. (Not Anjier.) 



Ankeny lianding-; light on Columbia 

river, Clatsop county, Oreg. (Not An- 

keny's.) 
Ann; channel at entrance to Atchafalaya 

bay, La. (Not Anne.) 
Annam; see Anam. 
Annobon; island; Gulf of Guinea, West 

Africa. (Not Annabon.) 
Antananarivo; see Tananarive. 
Anthony; see Antone. 
Anthony's Nose; mountain near Hud- 
son river, Westchester county, N. Y. 
Antone; mountain in town of Rupert, 

Bennington county, Vt. (Not Anthony.) 
Apalachee; bay on the Gulf coast of 

Florida. (Not Appalachee.) 
Apalachee; P. O. and river, Morgan 

county, Ga. (Not Appalachee.) 
Apalachicola; river, bay, and town in 

Florida. (Not Appalachicola.) 
Apgars Comer; see Bissell. 
Appalachee; see Apalachee. 
Appalachicola; see Apalachicola. 
Aj)ple; see Kasiana. 
Applecreek; P. O. and R. R. station, 

Wayne county, Ohio. (Not Apple 

Creek.) 
Apple dor e; island; one of the Isles of 

Shoals, Me. (Not Hog.) 
Applegate Peak; see Vidae. . 
Apponaganset; bay, river, and village, 

Bristol county, Mass. (Not Aponegan- 

sett.) 
Apponagansett; see Padanaram. 
Aquasco; P. 0., Prince George county, 

Md. (Not Acquasco.) 
Aqui; see Onaqui. 
Aquia; creek and landing on Potomac 

river, Stafford county, Va. (Not 

Acquia.) 
Arafura; sea north of Australia. (Not 

Arafoora.) 
Arago; cape, life-saving station, and 

light-house, Coos county, Oreg. (Not 

Gregory.) 
Araguai; see Pilcomayo. 
Arakan; city, river, and province, Brit- 
ish Burmah, Asia. (Not Arrakan.) 
Arapahoe; town in Furnas county, 

Nebr. (Not Arrapahoe.) 
Arapahoe; township, Haskell county, 

Kans. (Not Arrapahoe.) 
Arc Dome; mountain in Nye county, 

Nev. (Not Bald.) 
Arch; rock in San Francisco Bay. Cal, 
(Not Bird.) 



Arc — Anc. 



84 



Archbold; P. 0. and K. E. station, Ful- 
ton county, Ohio. (Not Archbald.) 
Archer; P. 0. and K. R. station, O'Brien 
. county, Iowa. (Not Archer Grove.) 
Archer; R. R. station, Jefferson county, 
Colo. (Not Archer's nor Wheatland.) 

Arena; point, Mendocino county, Cal. 

(Not Arenas.) 
Argentina; republic of South America. 

(Not Argentine Republic.) 
Arguello; point, Santa Barbara county, 

Cal. (Not Arguella.) 
Arikaree; river, tributary to Republican 

river, Arapahoe county, Colo. (Not 

Arickaree.) 
Arizona; P. 0., Claiborne parish. La. 

(Not Arizonia.) 
Arkansas Post; P. 0., Arkansas county, 

Ark. (Not Post of Arkansas.) 
Arlee; see McLeod. 
Armacolola; see Amicalola. 

Armstrong; island and lighthouse in 
Mississippi river, near Hannibal, Mo. 
(Not Armstrong's.) 

Armstrong; P. 0., Bath county, Va. 
(Not Cloverdale.) 

Arnold; landing, Mississippi river, Car- 
roll county. 111. (Not Arnold's.) 

Arrapahoe; see Arapahoe. 

Arrecife; see Pernambuco. . 

Arrowhead Springs; P. O., San Ber- 
nardino county, Cal. (Not Arrow Head 
Springs.) 

Arroyo Quito; see Campbell. 

Arroyo Valle; stream in Alameda and 
Santa Clara counties, Cal. (Not Arroyo 
del Valle.) 

Arsenal; see Greenleaf. 

Aruha; see Oruba. 

Arvada; P. 0. and R. R. station, Jef- 
ferson county, Colo. (Not Arvado.) 

Arvonia; P. O. and R. 

ingham county, Va. 
Arzroom; see Erzerum. 
As; see Ob. 
Asben; kingdom, mountains, and town 

in western Sahara, Africa. (Not Air.) 
Ascequia; see Acequia. 
Ashbee; harbor in Roanoke island. Dare 

county, N. C. (Not Ashby's.) 
Ashland, Kans. ; see Center. 
Ashland, Md. ; see Hayden. 
Ashland, Wi3. ; see Chequamegon. 



R. station, Buck- 
(Not Arvon.) 



Ashport; P. O., Lauderdale comity, 

Tenn. (Not Ash Port.) 
Askwalli; see Nisqually. 

Asneconic; pond in Worcester county, 

Mass. (Not Asnyconick, etc.) 
Aspinwall; see Colon. 

As Rocas; a dangerous reef in the South 
Atlantic ocean, 125 miles northeast of 
Cape Saint Roque, Brazil, (Not Laa 
Rocas nor Rocas.) 

Assini; colonial establishment and river 
between the Gold Coast and Ivory 
Coast, West Africa. (Not Assinie.) 

Assiniboia; a district of Canada. (Not 
Assinniboia.) 

Assinniboine; fort, military reservation, 
etc., Choteau county, Mont. (Not 
Assinaboin.) 

Astrakhan; city and government, Rus- 
sia. (Not Astrachan.) 

Atala; town, Etowah county, Ala. 
(Not Attalla.) 

Atanum; P. 0., river, valley, etc., Yaki- 
ma county, Wash. (Not Ahtanum.) 

Atherton; landing, Mississippi river, 
near Cairo, Pulaski county, 111. (Not 
Atherton' s.) 

Atka; island; one of the middle Aleu- 
tians, Alaska. (Not Atkha.) 

Atkins; bay at mouth of the Kennebec 
river, Me. (Not Adkins.) 

Atkisson Dam; light-house on Kana- 
wha river, Kanawha county, W. Va. 
(Not Atkisson' s Dam.) 

Atkulik; island off south shore of 
Alaska peninsula, near the Semidi 
group. (Not Atkunk.) 

Atsion; seeMullica. 

Attalla; see Atala. 

Attleboro; town, Bristol county, Mass. 
(Not Attleboro ugh.) 

Attn; island; one of the western Aleu- 
tians, Alaska. (Not Attou.) 

Aubry; village, Johnson county, Kans. 
(Not Aubrey.) 

Aucilla; P. O. and river, Jefferson 
county, Fla. (NotOcilla.) 

Auckland; province and town, New 
Zealand; also group of islands in the 
South Pacific, south of New Zealand; 
also bay of British Burma. (Not Auk- 
land.) 



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Aug— Bal. 



AugTir; lake in Chesterfield, Essex 

county, N. Y. (Not Auger.) 
Augustine; island in Cook inlet, Alaska. 

(Not Augustin nor St. Augustine.) 
Aukland; see Auckland. 
Aurdal; township, Ottertail county, 

Minn. (NotAmdal.) 
Au Sable; point on south shore of Lake 

Superior, in Alger county, Mich. ( Not 

Point au Sable.) 
Au Sable; point, river, and town, Iosco 

county, Mich. (Not Point au Sable.) 
Ausable; township, Clinton county, and 

river, Essex and Clinton counties, N. Y. 

(Not Au Sable.) 
Austin; see Vandalia. 
Austin Springs; P. O., Washington' 

county, Tenn. (Not Austin's Springs.) 
Austria-Hungary; monarchy, Europe. 

(Not Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.) 
Averic; lake in Stockbridge, Berkshire 

county, Mass. (Not Mountain Mirror.) 
Avery; ledge off Cape Ann, Essex 

county, Mass. (Not Avery's.) 
Avery; point. New London entrance, 

Conn. (Not Avery's.) 
Avery; rock, Machias bay, Washington 

county, Me. (Not Avery's.) 

A-visadero; point in San Francisco bay, 

Cal. (Not Avisadera.) 
*Aylett; P. O., King William county, 

Va. (Not Aylett's.) 
Ayres; island, Mesquite bay, Calhoun 

county, Tex. (Not Ay re's.) 
Ayutliia; the ancient capital of Siam. 

(Not Krung Kao nor Yuthia, etc.) 
Azalia; village in Bartholomew county, 

Ind. (Not Azalea.) 
Azalia; village in Monroe county, Mich. 

(Not Azalea.) 
Azof; sea, Russia, ^^ot Azoff, Azoph, 

nor Azov.) 
Azores; group of islands, North Atlan- 
tic ocean. (Not A5ores nor Western.) 



Babbs; island in Ohio river, near East 
Liverpool, Columbiana county, Ohio. 
(Not Babb's.) 

Bahcock; see Brightman. 

Bab el Mandeb ; (meaning gate of tears) 
strait, connecting Eed sea and Gulf of 
Aden, (Not Bab-el-Mandeb, Babel 
Mandeb, nor Bab-el- Mandel.) 



Baberton; see Barberton. 

Bachelor; brook in Hampshire county, 

Mass. (Not Batch elor.) 
Bachelor; point near Oxford, Talbot 

county, Md. (Not Batchelor's.) 
Backbone; mountain in Garrett county, 

Md., and Preston and Tucker counties, 

W. Va. (Not Great Back Bone.) 
Bacon; inlet in Long bay, Brimswick 

county, N. C. (Not Bacon's.) 
Bacon's Quarter; branch, Henrico 

county, Va. (Not Beacon Quarter.) 
Bad; river of South Dakota, tributary to 

the Missouri. (Not Wakpa Shicka, 

Wak-pa-chicha, etc.) 
Bafl^; bay and islands in Arctic Amer- 
ica. (Not Baffin's.) 
Baggers; point in Indian river, Brevard 

county, Fla. (Not Drover's nor Gro- 

ver's.) 
Bahia de la Magdalena; see Magdalena. 
Bai^ de Monti; see Yakutat. 
Bailey; E. E. station, Tazewell county, 

Va. (Not Bailey Switch nor Fannie.) 
Bailey Harbor; P. O., Door county, 

Wis. (Not Bailey's Harbor.) 
Baileyton; P. 0., Greene county, Tenn. 

(Not Bailey nor Laurel Gap.) 

Baireuth; city, Bavaria. (Not Bay- 

reuth.) 
Bairut; see Beirut. 

Baker; island in Fishers Island sound, 

Conn. (Not Baker's.) 
Baker; island in Frenchman bay, Me. 

(Not Baker's.) 
Baker; island in Ohio river, near Wella- 

ville, Columbiana county, Ohio. (Not 

Baker's.) 
Baker; pond in Chesterfield, Cheshire 

county, N. H. (Not Baker Hubbard 

nor Parks.) 
Baker; shoal in Delaware river, Salem 

county, N. J. (Not Joe Baker's.) 
Bakers Mills; P. O., Warren county, 

N. Y. (Not Baker MUla nor Baker's 

Mills.) 
Balafrush; see Barfrush. 
Bald; head in Cape Fear river, Bruns- 
wick coimty, N. C. (Not Ball.) 
Bald; mountain in Tuolumne county, 

Cal. (Not Wade's.) 
Bald; rock in Frenchman bay, Me. (Not 

The Nub.) 
Bcdd, Mass.; see Everett. 



Bal — Bar. 



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Bald, Nev. ; see Arc Dome. 

Bald, N. Y. ; see Eafinesque. 

Bald, N. Y. ; see Rice. 

BaM Knob; see Pinnacle. 

Bald Peak; see Eagle. 

Baldy, Cal. ; see San Antonio. 

Baldy, Mont. ; see Elkhorn. 

Bdle; see Basel. 

Ballabarda; see Patras. 

Balize; see Belize. 

Balkash; lake in Turkestan, Russia. 

(Not Balkhash, Denzig, nor Tenghiz.) 
Ball; see Bald. 
Ballarat; city in Victoria, Australia. 

(Not Ballaarat.) 
Ballenas; see Bolinas. 
Ballina; see Webster Station. 
Ballinger; creek, Fluvanna county, Va. 

(Not Ballengers.) 
Balloon Dome; mountain, Fresno 

county, Cal. (Not Dome nor Great 

Dome.) 
*Ballston; P..0. and village, Alexandria 

county, Va. (Not Balls Cross Roads.) 
Balls Cross Roads; see Ballston. 
Ballston Spa; P. O. and R. R. station, 

Saratoga county, N. Y. (Not Balls- 
ton.) 
Ballycloug-h; P. 0., Dubuque county, 

Iowa. (Not Bally Claugh.) 
Baluchistan; comitry in Asia. (Not 

Beloochistan, etc.) 
Bam-i-duniah; see Pamir. 
Bampas; see Bximpass. 
Banard; see Barnard. 
Bancroft; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Middlefield, Hampshire county, Mass. 

(Not Middlefield.) 
Bandermasson; see Banjermaain. 
Bangkok; city, capital of Siam. (Not 

Bankok.) 
Bango; see Baugo. 
Bang's; see Cushing. 
Banister; river, tributary to Dan river, 

southern Virginia. (Not Bannister.) 
Banjermasin; Dutch possession and 

town in southeastern Borneo. (Not 

Bandermasson, Bandjer, Banjarmassin, 

Banjermassin, Banjarmassen, Banyer- 

massing, nor Fort Tatas.) 
Bannesliee; see Bannister. 
Bannister ; bay or creek, Queens borough, 

N. Y. (Not Baimeshee nor Raneshed. ) 



Bannock; peak in Yellowstone National. 

Park. (Not Morris Mountain.) 
Bannock; P. 0., precinct, and town, 

Beaverhead county, Mont. (Not Ban- 

nack, BannackCity, nor Bannock City.) 
Baranof ; island in the Alexander archi- 
pelago, southeastern Alaska. (Not 

Baranov nor Baranoff.) 
Barataria; bay, Plaquemines parish. La. 

(Not Barrataria.) 
Barbados; island; one of the Windward 

islands. West Indies. (Not Barbadoes. ) 
Barber; point. Lake Champlain, Essex 

county, N. Y. (Not Barber's.) 
Barberton; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Clarke county. Wash. (NotBaberton.) 
Barbre; landing on Red river, Pointe 

Coupee parish. La. (Not Barbre' s.) 
Barcelona; bank, point, etc., near east 

end of Long Island, N. Y. 
Barcelona; province and seaport of 

Spain, and seaport of Sicily. (Not Bar- 

cellona nor Barthalona. ) 
Bard; P. 0. and R. R. station, Hanson 

county, S. Dak. (Not Burton.) 
Barden; R. R. station, Eagle Creek town 

ship, Scott county, Minn. (Not Bar- 
don.) 
Barfrush.; town in Persia, near southern 

border of Caspian sea. (Not Balafrush, 

Balfroosh, Balfrouch, Balfrusch, Bal- 

frush, Barfursh, nor Barfurush, etc.) 
Barker; point, the east head of Man- 

hasset bay. Long Island, N. Y. (Not 

Barker's.) 
Barker; P. 0. and R. R. station, Dela- 
ware comity. Pa. (Not Felton.) 
Barkley; township, Jasper county, Ind. 

(Not Berkley.) 
Barnard; R. R. station, Atlantic county, 

N. J. (Not Banard.) 
Barnes; landing on Mississippi river, 

near Greenville, Washington county. 

Miss. (Not Barnes'.) 
Barnett; see Burnett. 
Barnsley; creek, Bartow county, Ga. 

(Not Barnsly's nor Tom.) 
Barnwell Place; light in Savannah 

river, Beaufort county, S. C. (Not 

Barnwell's.) 
Baron; see Barren. 
Barree; township, Huntingdon county. 

Pa. (Not Barre.) 



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Bar — Itea. 



Barrel Neck; see Barron Neck. 
Barren; P. O. and R. R. station, Chero- 
kee Nation, lud. T. (Not Baron.) 
Barrett; pond in Austerlitz, Columbia 

county, N. Y. (Not Trout.) 
Barretto; cove and point, East river, 

N. Y. (Not Baretto's.) 
Barrilla; spring and mountain in 

Reeves, Jeff Davis and Pecos counties, 

Tex. (Not Barrel, Barrillo, nor Nar- 

ello.) 
Barron Neck; point, Choptank river, 

Talbot county, Md. (Not Barrel 

Neck.) 
Barstow; rock in Mattapoisett harbor, 

Plymouth county, Mass. (Not Bars- 
low.) 
Barthelemy; settlement in Washington 

parish. La. (Not Barthelmy.) 
Bartlett; reef in Long Island sound, near 

New London, Conn. (Not Bartlett' s.) 
Bartlett Haystack; peak in the White 

mountains, N. H. (Not Silver Spring.) 
Barton Iianding; light in Ohio river, 

near Golconda, Pope county. 111. (Not 

Barton's Landing.) 
Bartsville; see Batesville. 
Basel; canton and city, Switzerland. 

(Not Bale nor Basle.) 
Baslibish; brook, falls, and mountain in 

Mount Washington, Berkshire county, 

Mass. (Not Bashapish nor Bash Bish.) 
Basin; see Washington mountain. 
Basin of Mines; see Minas Basin. 
Bassett; channel in Saint Clair river, 

Mich. (Not Bassett's.) 
Bassett; creek, Hennepin county, Minn. 

(Not Bassett's.) 
Bassett; P. 0. and R. R. station, Salem 

county, N. J. (Not Harrisonville nor 

Harrisonville Station.) 
Bat; creek, Monroe county, Tenn. (Not 

Batt, Bot, nor Butt.) 
Batchelder; creek tributary to Neuse 

river, N. C. (Not Bachelor's.) 
Batchewana; bay, island, and river, 

east end of Lake Superior. (Not Bache- 

wauaung, etc.) 
Bates; island in Missouri river, Franklin 

and Gasconade counties. Mo. (Not 

Bates'.) 
Batesville; P.O. and R. F station, Rip- 
ley county, Ind. (Not Bartsville.) 



Bath. Alum; P. O., Bath county, Va. 
(Not Bathalum.) 

Batsell; landing on Mississippi river, 
New Madrid county. Mo. (Not Bat- 
sell's.) 

Battery; see Alki. 

Baugo; township, Elkhart county, Ind. 
(Not Bango.) 

Bayhead; borough, P. O., andR. R. sta- 
tion. Ocean county, N. J. (Not Bay 
Head.) 

Bay of Naples; see Brandy. 

Bayou Grand Liard; bayou in Plaque- 
mines parish, La. (Not Laird.) 

Bayou Petit Liard; bayou in Plaque- 
mines parish. La. (Not Laird nor 
Saint Denis.) 

Bayou Rigoletles; see Rigolets. 

Bayou Sale; water course in Saint Mary 
parish. La. (Not Sally nor Salle.) 

Bayport; P. 0., Hernando county, Fla. 
(Not Bay Port.) 

Bayreuth; see Baireuth. 

Bays; mountains in eastern Tennessee. 
(Not Bay.) 

Bayside; see Point Comfort. 

Bay View; village on Great Hog neck, 
Long Island, Suffolk county, N. Y. 
(Not Bay view.) 

Beach, Cal. ; see Stone. 

Beach, S. C. ; see Breach. 

Beach. Ridge; P. O. and R. R. station, 
Niagara county, N. Y. (Not Hall's 
Station.) 

Beacon Quarter; see Bacon's Quarter. 

Beal; island near Ivnubble bay, Sagada- 
hoc county. Me. (Not Beale.) 

Beans; gap, P. 0., and E. R. station, 
Grainger county. Term. (Not Bean 
Gap nor Beans Station.) 

Bear; creek tributary to Odell Creek, 
Madison county, Mont. (Not Burger. ) 

Bear; island, St. Johns river, Brevard 
county, Fla. (Not Orange Moimd, 
Rock, nor Bear Mound.) 

Bear; mountain in Great Barrington, 
Berkshire county, Mass. (Not Bear- 
town.) 

Bear, Colo. ; see Yampa. 

Bear, Mont. ; see Burger. 

Bearfoot; see Beresford. 

Bear's; see Mariaa. 



Bea — Ben. 



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Bearse; rock in New Harbor, Barnstable 
county, Mass. (Not Bearses.) 

Beattie; P. 0. and E. R. station, Marshall 
county, Kans. (Not Beattee.) 

Beatyestown; P. O., Warren county, N. 
J. (Not Beattystown.) 

Beauclerc; bluff and P. O., Saint Johns 
river, Duval county, Fla. (Not Buck- 
ley.) 

Beaulieu; see Beulah. 

Beaver; brook, Morris county, N. J. 
(Not Beaver Dam.) 

Beaver; county seat of Furnas county, 
Nebr. (Not Beaver City nor Beaver- 
creek.) 

* Beaver; creek, Custer and Fall River 
counties, S. Dak. (Not Amphibious.) 

Beaverdam; village, Mohave county, 
Ariz. (Not Littlefield.) 

Becharof ; lake, Alaska peninsula, Alas- 
ka. (Not Betcharef.) 

Becket; P. 0. and R. R. station, Berk- 
shire county, Mass. (Not North 
Becket.) 

Beckley; county seat of Raleigh county, 
W. Va. (Not Raleigh C. H.) 

Bees Scies; see Betsie. 

Bed; see Red. 

Bedloe; island in New York harbor. 
(Not Bedlow.) 

Beebe; pond, Hubbardton, Rutland 
county, Vt. (Not Bebee.) 

Beechiown; see Frenchton. 

Behring; see Yakutat, 

Beirut; seaport town of Syria, on the 
Mediterranean sea. (Not Bairut, 
Berut, etc.) 

Beith.; landing on Mississippi river, 
Desha county. Ark. (Not Beith' s.) 

Bel Alton; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Charles county, Md. (Not Cox.) 

Belden Dock; light in Whitehall Nar- 
rows, Benson, Rutland county, Vt. 
(Not Belden' s Dock.) 

Beled-es-Sudon; see Sudan. 

Belew; creek, Jefferson county. Mo. 
(Not Belews nor Belle ws.) 

Belew Creek; P. 0., Jefferson county. 
Mo. (Not Belew' s Creek, Belews 
Creek, nor Bellews Creek.) 

Belgrade; capital of Servia. (Not Bel- 
grad, Bielgorod, nor Bilgraad.) 

Belgreen; P. C, Franklin county, Ala. 
(Not Belle Green.) 



Belize; city and river in Belize or Brit- 
ish Honduras, Central America. (Not 
Balize.) 

Belkofski; bay, cape, and village on 
south shore of Alaska peninsula. (Not 
Belkoffski, Belkoffsky, nor Belkov- 
sky.) 

Bell; island, Currituck sound, Currituck 
county, N. C. (Not Bell's.) 

Bellecenter; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Logan county, Ohio. (Not Belle 
Centre.) 

Belle Fourclie; river of Wyoming and 
South Dakota. (Not North Fork of 
Cheyenne.) 

Belleplain; village. Cape May county, 
N. J. (Not Belle Plain.) 

Belle Plaine; township, Norton county, 
Kans. (Not Belle Plain.) 

Bellevernon; borough, P. C, and R. R. 
station, Fayette county, Pa. (Not 
Belle Vernon.) 

Bellevue; township, Morrison county, 
Mmn. (Not Belle Vue.) 

Bellflower; P. 0. and R. R. station, Mc- 
Lean county. 111. (Not Belle Flower.) 

Bells; point in Mississippi river, Pemis- 
cot county, Mo. (Not Bell's.) 

Bells; river, Nassau county, near Fer- 
nandina, Fla. (Not Belt's.) 

Bells Rock; lighthouse in York river. 
King and Queen county, Va. (Not 
Bell's Rock.) 

Bellton; P. O., Hall county, Ga. (Not 
Belton.) 

Belmore; P. 0. and R. R. station, Put- 
nam county, Ohio. (Not Bellmore.) 

BeWs; see Bells. 

Bemis Heights ; hiH and P. O. , Saratoga 
county, N. Y. (Not Bemus Heights.) 

Bencoolen; see Benkulen. 

Bendeleben; mountain north of Norton 
sound, Alaska. (Not Berdeleben.) 

Bangles; P. 0., point, and R. R. station, 
Baltimore county, Md. (NotBenjies.) 

Benicia; city and township, Solano 
county, Cal. (Not Benecia.) 

Benjamin. Place; light in Whitehall 
Narrows, about 2 miles from Whitehall, 
Lake Champlain, Rutland county, Vt. 
(Not Benjamin's Place.) 

Benkelman; county seat of Dundy 
coimty, Nebr. (Not Benkleman.) 



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Ben— Big, 



Benkulen; seaport of Sumatra, East In- 
dies. (Not Bencoolen, etc.) 
Ben Iiomond; hill or mountain, Warren 

ccuinty, Tenn. (Not Mount Lemond 

nor Ben Lomand.) 
Bennett; creek, Nansemond county, Va. 

(Not Bennet's.) 
Bennett; point in Eastern bay, Queen 

Anne coimty, Md. (Not Bennet'a nor 

Bennetts.) 
Bennett; P. O. and R. R. station, Lan- 
caster, county, Nebr. (Not Bennet. ) 
Bennetts; see Burnetts. 
Benning; P. 0., village, etc.. District of 

Columbia. (Not Bennings.) 
Benoni; point, Choptank river, Talbot 

county, Md. (Not Benonies.) 
Bentley; see Watchman. 
*Bentleyville; borough, P. O., and R. R. 

station, Washington county. Pa. (Not 

Bentleysville.) 
Benton; pond, Berkshire county, Mass. 

(Not Parish.) 
Benue; see Binue. 
Benville; P. 0. and steamboat wharf. 

Saint Mary county, Md. (Not Wynne.) 
Beresford; lake, Volusia county, Fla. 

(Not Bearfoot.) 
Bering; glacier, island, sea, strait, etc., 

Alask a. (Not Behring, Kam chatka, etc. ) 

Note.— So named after Capt. Comdr. Ivan 
Ivanovich Bering, to whose exploration, in 
1741, we owe our first knowledge of what is 
now Alaska. Bering himself, his ancestors for 
five generations at least, and his descendants 
spell the name Bering. This form is widely 
used by English speaking people and almost 
universally used by all others. M. B. 

Bering; see Controller. 

Berkeley Heights; P. O. and R. R. sta- 
tion. Union county, N. J. (Not Berk- 
ley Heights.) 

Berkley; see Barkley. 

Berlin; mountain in Rensselaer county, 
N.Y. 

Note. — In New York state known as Mount 
McComber; in Massachusetts as Berlin moun- 
tain; Williams College people call it Mount 
Hopkins. 

Berlin Centre; see Center Berlin. 
Bermuda; a group of islands in the 
Western Atlantic ocean. 

Note. — Called Bermudas after Juan Bermu- 
des, a Spanish mariner, who discovered them in 
1515. In 1609 Admiral Sir George Somers, R. N., 
In the Sea Venture, found them uninhabited. 
He was wrecked and died there, and the islands 



were called after him by his companions, 
" Somers Islands." Bermuda has been adopted 
as the British official usage, and is the populai 
and all but universal designation. A. II. A. 

Bern; P. 0. and R. R. station, Adams 
county, Ind. (Not Berne.) 

Bern; P. O., R. R. station, and township, 
Berks county, Pa. (Not Berne.) 

Bernville; borough and P. 0., Berka 
county, Pa. (Not Berne ville.) 

Berry essa; P. 0. and village, Santa 
Clara county, Cal. (Not Berreyesa, 
Berry esa, nor Beryesa.) 

Berut; see Beirut. 

Besboro; island in Norton sound, Alaska. 
(Not Besborough.) 

Bethel; P. O. and township, Berka 
county, Pa. (Not Bethal nor Millera- 
burg.) 

Bethel; township, Fulton county. Pa. 
(Not Bethal.) 

Bethlehem B>each; light-house, Ohio 
river, 29 miles above Louisville, Trim- 
ble county, Ky. (Not Bethlehem's 
Reach.) 

Betsey Bell; mountain near Staunton, 
Augusta county, Va. (Not Betsy Bell.) 

Betsie; lighthouse, point, and river, 
Benzie county, Mich. (Not Bees Scies 
nor Betsey.) 

Betts Chute; two lighthouses, Missis- 
sippi river, Winona county, Minn. 
(Not Betts' Chute.) 

Beulah; P. 0., Pueblo county, Colo. 
(Not Buelah.) 

Beulah; village on Vernon river, Chat- 
ham county, Ga, (Not Beaulieu, Bew- 
lie, nor Bula.) 

Bevans; P. 0. , Sussex county, N. J. (Not 
Peter's Valley.) 

Bickley Mill; P. 0., Russell county, Va. 
(Not Bickley's Mills.) 

Bieli; rock in northern part of Sitka 
sound, Alaska. (Not Biele, Bielie, nor 
White.) 

Bieller; light, Mississippi river, Tensas 
parish, La. (Not Bieller' s.) 

Big; see Hazel Green. 

Big Annemessex; river in eastern Mary- 
land, tributary to Chesapeake bay. 
(Not Big Annemessic.) 

Big Bcddy; see Elkhorn. 

Big Barren; creek and village, Claibi trne 
county, Tenn. (Not Bigbarren.) 

Big Bone Cave; see Bone Cave. 



Big — Bla. 



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Big Cottonwood; meadows near Owens 

lake, Inyo county, Cal. (Not Diaz.) 
■Big Diomede ; island in Bering strait, 

Alaska. (Not Ratmanof, Ratmanoff, 

nor Noo-nar-book.) 
Big Emery; see Emery. 
Big Halchie; see Hatchee. 
Bigler Mill; landing and village, York 

river, York county, Va. ( Not Bigler' s 

Mill.) 
Biglick; township, Hancock county, 

Ohio. (Not Big Lick.) 
Big Loop; see Loop. 
Big Ogeechee; see Ogeechee. 
Big Sable ; lake, lighthouse, point, and 

river, Mason county, Mich. (Not 

Grande Pointe au Sable.) 
Big Shanty; see Kenesaw. 
Big Spring; creek, Marshall county, Ala. 

(Not Gunter's.) 
Bill; creek and peak, Coos county, Oreg. 

(Not Bills.) 
Bill IViUiams; see Williams. 
Binue; river, tributary to the Niger, 

West Africa. (Not Benue, Benuwe, 

Binoue, Chadda, nor Tad da.) 
Biorka; sunken rock or reef at southern 

point of entrance toSitka sound, Alaska. 
Birch. Cooley; township, Renville 

county, Minn. (Not Birch Coolie.) 
Birchdale; township, Todd county, 

Minn. (Not Birch Dale.) 
Bird; city, Cheyenne countv, Kans. 

(Not Bird City.) 
Bird; see Arch. 
Birds; point on Mississippi river, near 

Cairo, Mississippi county. Mo. (Not 

Bird's.) 
Birdseye; P. O. and E.. R. station, Du- 
bois county, Ind. (Not Birds Eye.) 
Birdsville; see South River. 
Biru; see Peru. 
Biscoe; creek. Saint Mary county, Md. 

(Not Briscoe's.) 
Bishop; light, Mississippi river. Perry 

county. Mo. (Not Bishop's.) 
Bishop and Clerks; light, Nantucket 

sound, Mass. (Not Bishop and Clerk' s. ) 
Bishop Head; cape and P. 0., Hooper 

strait, Chesapeake bay, Dorchester 

county, Md. (Not Bishops Head.) 
Bismarck; capital of North Dakota. 
(Not Bismark.) 



Bismarck; P 0. Grant county, W.Va. 
(Not Bismaiic.) 

Bismarck; P. O. and township, Cuming 
county, Nebr. (Not Bismark.) 

Bismarck; township, Platte county. 
Nebr. (Not Bismark.) 

Bismarck; township, Sibley county, 
Minn. (Not Bismark.) 

Bissau ; village, Hunterdon county, N. J. 
(Not Apgars Corner.) 

Bivalve; P. 0. and R. R. station, Cum- 
berland county, N. J. (Not Long 
Reach.) 

Blackberry; river, Litchfield county, 
Conn. (Not Blackbury nor Black- 
burn.) 

Blackbird; see Forest. 

Blackburn; see Blackberry. * 

Black Butte; see Cone. 

Blackcreek; township, Mercer county, 
Ohio. (Not Black Creek.) 

Blackhawk; lake in Egan, Dakota 
county, Minn. (Not Downing.) 

Blackinton; P. O., R. R. station, and vil- 
lage, Berkshire county, Mass. (Not 
Blackington.) 

Blacklick; P. 0., R. R. station, and town- 
ship, Indiana county. Pa. (Not Black 
Lick.) 

Black Point; pond on Marthas Vine- 
yard, Mass. (Not Ukiesa nor Uquiesa. ) 

Blacks; island in Ohio river, near New 
Cumberland, Hancock county, W, Va. 
(Not Black's.) 

Blackstock; P. O. and R. R. station, 
Chester county, S. C. (Not Black 
Stocks.) 

Blackstone; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Sumner county, Kans. (Not Metcah.) 

Blackwalnut; point (north point of 
entrance to Choptank river), Talbot 
county, Md. (Not Lows.) 

Blackwells; island in East river, N. Y. 
(Not Blackwell's.) 

Blain; borough. Perry county. Pa. (Not 
Blaine.) 

Blair Gap; P. 0., Sullivan county, Tenn. 
(Not Blair's Gap.) 

Blake; island at south end of Blake 
channel, near mainland, southern Alas- 
ka, near lat. 56° 10^ (Not Ham.) 

Blakely; P. O. and R. R. station, Scott 
county, Minn. (Not Blakeley.) 



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Bla — Bon. 



Blakely; township, Geary county, Kans. 
(NotBlakeley.) 

Blake Point; peninsula forming the 
west head, Sippican harbor, Plymouth 
county, Mass. (Not Charles Neck.) 

Blakistone; island in Potomac river. 
Saint Mary county, Md. (Not Black- 
istone.) 

Blanco; cape, Curry county, Oreg. (Not 
Orford.) 

Bland; county seat of Bland county, Va. 
(Not Seddon.) 

Blennerhassett; island in Ohio river, 
near Par kersburg. Wood county, W. Va. 
(Not Blennerhassett's.) 

Blewfields; see Bluefields. 

Blitchton; P. O., Marion county, Fla. 
(Not Blichton.) 

Block; light, Mississippi river. Perry 
county, Mo. (Not Block's.) 

Blodget; hill in Coeymans, Albany 
county, N. Y. (Not Blodgett.) 

Bloodsworth.; island in Chesapeake bay, 
Dorchester county, Md. (Not Bloods- 
worth's.) 

Bloomfield; county seat of Greene 
county, Ind. (Not Bloomington.) 

Bloomfield; see South Bloomfield. 

Blooming' Grove; township, Richland 
county, Ohio. (Not Bloominggrove.) 

Bloomington, Ind. ; see Bloomfield. 

Bloomington,'^. Z.; see South Boundbrook. 

Blount; creek in Beaufort county, N. C. 
(Not Blounts Creek nor Blount'a Bay.) 

Blount's; see Blunts. 

Bluefi.elds; seaport of Nicaragua, Cen- 
tral America. (Not Blewfields.) 

Bluehill; township, Sherburne county, 
Minn. (Not Blue Hill.) 

Blue Point Towhead; post light, Mis- 
sissippi river, Crittenden county, Ark. 
(Not Blue's Point Tow-Head.) 

Blue Store; P. 0. and village, Colum- 
bia county, N. Y. (Not Blue Stores.) 

Bluff; city. Harper county, Kans. (Not 
Bluff City.) 

Bluff; point, the eastern head of Mum- 
ford cove. Fishers Island sound. Conn. 
(Not Fishing Eocks.) 

Bluffdale; P. 0., Greene county, 111. 
(Not Bluff Dale.) 

Blunt; see Smith. 

Blunts; reef off Cape Mendocino, Hum- 
boldt county, Cal. (Not Blount's.) 



Bodie; island, east of Roanoke island, 

Dare county, N. C. (Not Body's.) 
Body's; see Bodie. 
Bogachiel; P. 0. and river, Clallam and 

Jefferson counties, Wash. (Not Bosa- 

chiel.) 
Bogastow; brook in Middlesex and Nor- 
folk counties, Mass. (Not Boggistere, 

Boggestow, etc.) 
Bogdo-Kuren; see Urga. 
Boggistere; see Bogastow. 
Boggs; island in Ohio river, W. Va. 

(Not Boggs'.) 
Bogoslof ; island in Bering sea, N. W. of 

Unalaska, Alaska. (Not Saint John 

Bogoslov nor Agashagok.) 
Bogy; post light, Mississippi river, Sainte 

Genevieve county, Mo. (Not Bogy's.) 
Bohea; see Tayuling. 
Boidarkin; see Kutchuma. 
Bois Brule; see Brule. 
Boise; county seat of Ada county, Idaho. 

(Not Boise City.) 
Bokescreek; township, Logan county, 

Ohio. (Not Bokes Creek.) 
Bokhara; city and country of Turkestan, 

Central Asia. (Not Bochara, Boukara, 

Buchara, Bucharia, Bukhara, nor Ooz- 

bekistan.) 
Bolam; creek and glacier on Mount 

Shasta, Cal. (Not Bulam.) 
Bolar; P. 0., Bath county, Va. (Not 

Boler Springs.) 
Boler Springs; see Bolar. 
Bolinas; bay, P. 0., and township, 

Marin county, Cal. (Not Ballenas nor 

Baulenas.) 
Bolitas; see Bulls Head. 
Bolivar; P. 0. and R. R. station, Jackson 

county, Ala. (Not Widow's.) 
Bolsa de Chamisal; land grant, San 

Luis Obispo county, Cal. (Not Bolsa 

de Chemisal nor Chemisal.) 
Bolshoi; see Manby. 
Bombay Hook; Kent county, Del. (Not 

False Listen' 3 Point.) 
Bompass; see Bumpass. 
Bonaire; see Buen Ayre. 
Bonaventure; town near Savannah, 

Chatham coimty, Ga. (Not Bone 

Venture.) 
Bonbrook; creek, Cumberland county, 

Va. (Not Bondbrook.) 



Bon — Bra. 



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Bondin; township, Murray county, 

Minn. (Not Bowdin.) 
Bonds Village; see Bondville. 
Bondville; village in Palmer, Hampden 

county, Mass. (Not Bonds Village.) 
Bone Cave; P.O., Van Buren county, 

Tenn. (Not Big Bone Cave.) 
Bonell; gulch, Mariposa county, Cal. 

(Not Bonnel.) 
Bonilla; see Smith. 

Bonita; point at entrance to San Fran- 
cisco bay, Cal. (Not Boneta.) 
Bon Secours; bay, P.O., and river, Bald- 
win county, Ala. (Not Bonesecours 

nor Bonsecours.) 
Boon; P. 0. and R. E,. station, Wexford 

county, Mich. (Not Boone.) 
Booth; point, Mississippi river, Dyer 

county, Tenn. (Not Booths.) 
Booth.bay; harbor and town, Lincoln 

county. Me. (Not Booth Bay.) 
Boothby Hill; P. 0., Harford county, 

Md. (NotBoothbyhill.) 
*Bootlipoint; light on Mississippi river 

and P. 0., Dyer county, Tenn. (Not 

Booth's Point.) 
Boquet; see Bouquet. 
Borden Flats; lighthouse and sunken 

bank. Mount Hope bay, Bristol county, 

Mass. (Not Borden's Flats.) 
Borneo; island, Malay archipelago. (Not 

Bramii, B'rni, Brunai, nor Brune.) 
Bosachiel; see Bogachiel. 
Bosna-Serai; see Serajevo. 
Bosphoms; strait between Black sea 

and sea of Marmora, Europe. (Not 

Boghaz, Bosporus, nor Strait of Con- 
stantinople.) 
Bostwick; bay in Gardiner bay, east end 

of Long Island, N. Y. (Not Bostwick' s.) 
Boswell; P. 0., Cumberland county, and 

E. R. station, Fluvanna county, Va. 

(Not Boswells.) 
Bot; see Bat. 
Bothell; P. O, and R. R. station. King 

coimty. Wash. (Not Sothell.) 
Boug-ere; landing and P. O., Mississippi 

river, Concordia parish, La. (Not 

Bougere's.) 
Bouglier; P. 0., Burlington county, 

N. J. (Not Centerton.) 
Boulder; county seat of Jefferson county, 

Mont. (Not Boulder Valley.) 
Boulder; see Karpa, 



Bouldyr; see Buldir. 

Bouquet; mountain, river, and village, 
Essex county, N. Y. (Not Boquet.) 

Bourbois; P. 0., Gasconade county, 
Mo. (Not Burbois.) 

Bourbon; see Reunion. ■-"■- 

Bourbonnais; P. 0., Kankakee county, 
111. (Not Bourbonnais Grove.) 

Boussole; see Manby. 

Bowdin; see Bondin. 

Bowen; P.O. and R. R. station, Hancock 
county. 111. (Not Bowensburg. ) 

Bowie Point; light, Mississippi river, 
Concordia parish, La. (Not Bowie's.) 

Bowlers; ledge, rock, and wharf, Rappa- 
hannock river, Essex county, Va. (Not 
Bowler's.) 

Box Elder; see Watkins. 

Boyd Tavern; P. O., Albemarle county, 
Va. (Not Boyda nor Boyd's Old Tav- 
ern.) 

Boyer; bluff, north end of Washington 
island. Green bay, Door county, Wis. 
(Not Boyer' s.) 

Boy kins; P. 0. and R. R. station, South- 
ampton county, Va. (Not Boykin's.) 

Boylston; creek and P. 0., Henderson 
county, N. C. (Not Boilston.) 

B oyne ; coun ty seat of Charlevoix coon ty , 
Mich. (Not Boyne City.) 

Brace; moimtain, Dutchess county, N. Y, 
(Not Monument.) 

Brackett; county seat of Kinney county, 
Tex. (Not Brackettville.) 

Braddock; bay and point. Lake Ontario, 
Monroe county, N. Y. (Not Brad- 
dock's.) 

Bradford; landing and light, Kanawha 
river, Kanawha county, W. Va. (Not 
Bradford's.) 

Bradley; landing on Mississippi river, 
Crittenden county, Ark. (Not Brad- 
ley's.) 

Bradley Reserve; light, Indian river, 
Brevard county, Fla. (Not Bradley's 
Reserve.) 

Brady^s; see Brandy. 

Braggadocio; P. O., Pemiscot, county 
Mo. (Not Braggadocia.) 

Brahmaputra; river, India. (Not Brah- 
mapootra nor Burrampooter.) 

Braila; town, and principal port of Rou- 
mania. (Not Brahilov, Brailoff, Brai- 
low, Brailov, nor Ibraiia.) 



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Bra — Bro. 



Brandon; P. 0. and R. R. station, Dekalb 

county, Ala. (Not Collbran.) 
Brandy; pond in Cumberland county, 

Me. (Not Bay of Naples.) 
Brandy; run, Erie county. Pa. (Not 

Brady's.) 
Brandy Station; P.O. and R. R. station, 

Culpeper county, Va. (Not Brandy.) 
Brannack; bay, Dorchester county, Md. 

(Not Bronnacks.) 
Brashear; P. 0. and R. R. station, Adair 

county. Mo. (Not Brashears.) 
Brawdi see Borneo. 
Bray; P. O., Hancock county, Tenn. 

(Not Brays.) 
Breach; inlet, Berkeley county, S. C. 

(Not Beach.) 
Breaux Bridge; P. 0., Saint Martin par- 
ish, La. (Not Breaux.) 
Breckenridge; P. O. and R. R. station, 

Caldwell county, Mo. (Not Breckin- 
ridge.) 
Breds; see Reeds. 
Breed Pond; see Silver. 
Bremerhaven ; a seaport of northern 

Germany. (Not Bremerhafen.) 
Bremo Bluff; P. O. and R. R. station, 

Fluvanna county, Va. (Not Bremo nor 

Bremos Bluff.) 
Brenton; reef at entrance to Narragan- 

sett bay, Newport county, R. I. (Not 

Brenton' s.) 
Breslau; city, capital of Silesia, Prussia. 

(Not Breslou nor Breslaw.) 
Breton; island and sound in Gulf of Mex- 
ico, southeast of New Orleans. (Not 

Isle au Breton.) 
Breward's; see Broward. 
Brewer; see Garfield. 
Brian; point. Queen Anne county, Md. 

(Not Bryan.) 
Brickyard; brook, Cheshire county, 

N. H. (Not Tilsey.) 
Brickyard; creek, tributary to Coosaw 

river, Beaufort county, S. C. (Not 

Brick Yard.) 
Bridgetown; capital of Barbados island. 

West Indies. (Not Bridge Town.) 
Brigadier's; see Sears. 
Briggs Landing; post light, Illinois 

river, Schuyler county. 111. (Not 

Briggs' Landing.) 
Brightman; pond (salt) in Westerly, R.I. 

(Not Babcock, Wards, nor Wardout.) 



Brighton; P. 0. and R. R. station, Arajy 
ahoe county, Colo. (Not Hughes.) 

Bringier; post light, Mississippi river. 
Ascension parish, La. (Not Bringier' s.) 

Briscoe; see Bristoe. 

Bristoe; P. 0. and R. R. station. Prince 
William county, Va. (Not Briscoe.) 

Britannia; P. 0. and R. R. station, near 
Taunton, Bristol county, Mass. (Not 
Brittannia.) 

British Kaffraria; region of southeast- 
em Africa. (Not British Caffraria.) 

Broad; see Burunof. 

Broadkill; creek, tributary to Lewes 
creek, Sussex county, Del. (Not Broad- 
kiln.) 

Broad Marsh; river in Wareham, Plym- 
outh county, Mass. (Not Great Marsh 
nor Johnsons.) 

Broadtop; borough and P. 0., Hunting- 
don county. Pa. (Not Broad Top.) 

Brockway; reach in Connecticut river. 
Conn. (Not Brockway' s.) 

Brodhead; P. O. and R. R. station, Rock- 
castle county, Ky. (Not Broadhead.) 

Bromfield; see Giltner. 

Bronco ; creek and R. R. station, Nevada 
county, Cal. (Not Broncho.) 

Bronnacks; see Brannack. 

Brooke; P. 0. and R. R. station, Stafford 
county, Va. (Not Brookes.) 

Brookhaven; P. 0., Suffolk county, N.Y. 
(Not Brook Haven.) 

Brooks; bar in Ohio river, near Mays- 
ville. Mason county, Ky. (Not 
Brooks'.) 

Brooks; creek, Dorchester county, Md. 
(Not Brook.) 

Brooks; island in San Francisco bay, 
Cal. (Not Rocky nor Sheep.) 

Brookside ; village, Madison county. 111. 
(Not Brooks.) 

Brooks Point; post light, Mississippi 
river, Alexander county. 111. (Not 
Brooks'.) 

*Brookville; P. 0., Bracken county, Ky. 
(Not Brooksville.) 

Brothers Valley; township, Somerset 
county, Pa. (Not Brothersvalley.) 

Broward; islands, Nassau river, Duval 
county, Fla. (Not Breward's nor 
Doctor's.) 

Browns; creek and island, Saint Johns 
river, Duval county, Fla. (Not 
Brown's.) 



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Bro-wns; head in Fox Island Thorofare, 
Knox county, Me. (Not Brown's.) 

Browns ; island in Ohio river, near Steu- 
ben ville, Jefferson county, Ohio. (Not 
Brown's.) 

Browns; reef in Long Island sound, 8 
miles from New Haven, Conn. (Not 
Brown's.) 

Browns Bank; shoal in Plymouth har- 
bor, Mass. (Not Brown's Bank.) 

Browns Creek; township, Jewell coun- 
ty, Kans. (Not Brown's Creek.) 

Brule; river, forming part of boundary 
between IMichigan and Wisconsin. 
(Not Bois Brule.) 

Brunai; see Borneo. 

Brunei; native state and capital, Borneo. 
(Not Borneo.) 

Brunot; island in Ohio river, Allegheny 
county, Pa. (Not Brunot' s.) 

Brunswick Center; P. 0. Rensselaer 
county, N. Y. (Not Center Brunswick. ) 

Brusa; city, Asia Minor. (NotBroosa, 
Broussa, Brussa, nor Bursa.) 

Bryan; see Brian. 

Bryant; lake in Eden Prairie township, 
Hennepin county, Minn. (Not Long.) 

Bryn Mawr; P. 0., San Bernardino 
county, Cal. (Not Brynmawr.) 

Bryson; P. 0., R. R. station, and vil- 
lage, Swain county, N. C. (Not Bryson 
City nor Charleston.) 

Bucareli; bay on western side of Prince 
of "Wales island, southern Alaska. (Not 
Buearelli, Buccarelli, nor Bukareli.) 

Bucephalia; township, Foster county, 
N. Dak. (Not Beaucephalia nor Buce- 
phallia.) 

Buchara; see Bokhara. 

Buck; river in Sandisfield, Berkshire 
county, Mass. (Not Buck Hill nor 
Buckhill.) 

Buck; see Carleton. 

Buckalew; bluff. Saint Johns river, Put- 
nam county, Fla. (Not Buckalew' s.) 

Buckeye; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Stephenson county, 111. (Not Buck 
Eye.) 

Buckhead; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Morgan county, Ga. (Not Buck Head.) 

Buckhorn; P. 0., Brown county. 111. 
(Not Buck Horn.) 

Buck Island; creek, Albemarle comity, 
Va. (Not Buck Eyeland.) 



Buckland; river, tributary to Kotzebue 
sound, northwestern Alaska. (Not 
Kunguk.) 

Buckley; see Beauclerc. 

Buckner; landing on Mississippi river; 
Mississippi county. Ark. (Not Buck- 
ner' s.) 

Budapest; capital of Hungary, (Not 
Buda-Pesth.) 

Budd; inlet, Puget sound, Thurston 
county. Wash. (Not Budd's.) 

Budd; reef in Long Island sound, south- 
west from Norwalk, Conn. (Not 
Budd's.) 

Buel; lake, Berkshire county, Mass. (Not 
Six Mile.) 

Buelah; see Beulah. 

Buena; P. 0. and R. R. station, Atlantic 
county, N. J. (Not Buena Vista.) 

Buen Ayre; Dutch island, Caribbean 
sea, off coast of Venezuela. (Not Bon- 
aire.) 

Bugby Hole; Columbia river, Oreg. 
(NotBugby's Hole.) 

Bukharest; city, capital of Roumania. 
(Not Bucharest, Bukhorest, Bookaresht, 
nor Bukarest.) 

Bula; see Beulah, 

Bulam; see Bolam. 

Buldir; island; one of the western Aleu- 
tians, Alaska. (Not Bouldyr.) 

Buldyr; see Karpa. 

Bull; bay, Albemarle sound, Washington 
county, N. C. (Not Bull's.) 

Bull; island inCalibogne sound, Berkeley 
county, S.C. (Not Bull's.) 

Bullhead; mountain, Warren county, 
N.Y. (Not Bull Head.) 

Bullitt; bayou, Mississippi river. La. 
(Not Bullitt's.) 

Bullitt Bayou; P. O., Concordia parish, 
La. (Not Bullitt's Bayou.) 

Bullock; point in Providence river, 
Bristol county, R. I. (Not Bullock's.) 

Bulloch; see Hoffler. 

Bull Run; P. 0. , Northumberland coun- 
ty. Pa. (Not Mandata.) 

Bulls Head; point at entrance to Suisun 
bay. Contra Costa county, Cal. (Not 
Bolitas nor Bull Head.) 

Bumpass; cove in Washington county, 
Tenn. (Not Bompass nor Bampas.) 

Btimping-; lake and river, Yakima coun- 
. ty, Wash. (Not Taneuin nor Tanum.) 



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Bur— Cal. 



Burdette; P. O. and township, Hand 

county, S. Dak. (Not Burdett.) 
Burdette; see Burnett. 
Bureau; P. 0. and R. R. station, Bureau 

county, 111. (Not Bureau Junction.) 
Burem; P. 0., Hawkins county, Tenn. 

(Not Burem's Store.) 
Burger; creek, tributary to Bear creek, 

Madison county, Mont. (Not Bear.) 
Burger; see Bear. 
Burk; see Burt. 
Burma; country in northwestern part of 

the Indo-Chinese peninsula. (Not Bir- 

mah nor Burmah.) 
Burnett; creek, Dolores county, Colo. 

(Not Barnett nor Burdette.) 
Burnetts; canyon, Nevada county, Cal. 

(Not Bennet nor Bennetts.) 
Burnettsville; town, White county, Ind. 

(Not Burnett's Creek.) 
Burnham; island, Mississippi river, near 

Santa Fe, Alexander county. 111. (Not 

Santa Fe.) 
Burnhamsville ; township, Todd coun- 
ty, ]\linn. (Not Burnhamville.) 
Burnside; river, Skidaway island, Chat- 
ham county, Ga. (Not Burside.) 
Burnsville; township, Dakota county, 

Minn. (Not Burnesville.) 
Burnt; see Gareloi. 
Burnt; see Redoubt. 
Burntbridge; creek, Clarke county. 

Wash. (Not Burnt Bridge nor Marble. ) 
Burnt Coat; see Swan. 
Burro; canyon. Las Animas county, Colo. 

(Not Canada Burro nor Canada del 

Burro.) 
Burr Oak; city, Jewell county, Kans. 

(Not Burroak.) 
Burrows; bay and island, Rosario strait, 

Skagit county. Wash. (Not Burrow's.) 
Bursa; see Brusa. 
Burt; P. 0., Woodson county, Kans. 

(Not Burk.) 
Burton; see Bard. 
Burunof; cape, the southern point of 

entrance to Sitka harbor, Alaska. (Not 

Bouronov, Burunoff, Broad, nor 

Toistoi.) 
Bush.; bluff, Elizabeth river, Nansemond 

county, Va. (Not Bush's.) 
Bush.; harbor in Long Island sound, near 

Greenwich, Fairfield county, Conn. 

(Not Rocky Neck.) 



Bushire; seaport of Persia, on the Per- 
sian gulf. (Not Aboo-shehr, Abu- 
Shehr, nor Bushahr.) 

Bushnell; see West Minneapolis. 

Butler; see Hinckley. 

Butlers; P. 0., Anne Arundel county, 
Md. (Not Harwood, Butler's Tavern, 
nor Obligation.) 

Butt; see Bat. 

Butte; city, county seat of Silverbow 
county, Mont. (Not Butte City.) 

Buttzville; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Ransom county, N. Dak. (Not Butz- 
ville.) 

Buttzville; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Warren county, N. J. (Not Buttsville 
nor Butzville.) 

Buzzards; bay, Mass. (Not Buzzard's.) 

Byram; see Port Chester 

Bytown; see Ottawa. 

c. 

Caamano; see Camano. 

Caatsban; see Katsbaan. 

Cabenda; see Kabinda. 

Cabin John; creek, Cecil county, Md. 

(Not Captain John's.) 
Cables Eddy; post light, Ohio river, 

near Steubenville, Jefferson county, 

Ohio. (Not Cable' s Eddy.) 
Cabo Santo; see Cape Haitien. 
Cabool; see Kabul. 
Cache; creek, Chaffee county, Colo. 

(Not Cash.) 
Cache la Poudre; creek, Colo. (Not 

Cache, North Fork of the Arkansas, 

nor Powder.) 
Caesaraugusta; see Saragossa. 
Caesar Creek; township, Dearborn 

county, Ind. (Not Cedar Creek.) 
Cahaba; P. 0., precinct, R. R. station, 

and river, Dallas county, Ala. (Not 

Cahawba.) 
Cahuenga; see Santa Monica. 
Cahuilla; see Coahuila. 
Cairnioid; see Carrantuchill. 
Calapooya; creek and mountain, Doug- 
las county, Oreg. (Not Callapooya 

nor Calapooia.) 
Caldwells; village and landing on the 

Hudson river, opposite Peekskill, N. Y. 

(Not Jones' Point.) 
Calf; islands in Long Island sound, near 

Port Chester, Westchester county, N. Y. 

(Not Calves, Echo, nor Shin.) 



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96 



Calhoun; R. R. station, and township, 

Washington county, Nebr. (Not Fort 

Calhoun.) 
Calicoe; see Sallacoa. 
California; point in San Francisco bay, 

Cal. (Not California City nor Munroe. ) 
Callam; see Clallam. 
Callinjer; see Kalinjar. 
Calver Plaat; island, Hudson river, near 

Coeyman, Rensselaer county, N. Y. 

(Not Cal ver's Plaat.) 
Calvert; P.O. and R. R. station, Marshall 

county, Ky. (Not Calvert City.) 
Calves ; islands in Connecticut river. New 

London county. Conn. (Not Calves'.) 
Calvey; township, Franklin county, Mo. 

(Not Calvy.) 
Camano; island in Puget sound. Wash. 

(Not Caamafio nor McDonough's.) 
Cambodia; French possession in Indo- 

China. (Not Kambodje, etc.) 
Cambodia; see Mekong. 
Cameroons; see Kamerun. 
Campbell; arroyo or creek, Santa Clara 

county, Cal. (Not Quito nor Arroyo 

Quito.) 
Campbell; island in Cape Fear river, 

Brunswick county, N. C. (Not Camp- 
bell's.) 
Campbell; landing, Illinois river, Greene 

county, 111. (Not Campbell's.) 
Campbellsville; P. O., Giles county, 

Tenn. (Not Campbellville.) 
Campeche; bay, city, and state, Mexico. 

(Not Campeachy.) 
Campobello; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Spartanburg county, S. C. (Not Cam- 

pobella.) 
Camp Springs; P. 0., Prince George 

county, Md. (Not Allentown.) 
Canada Burro; see Burro. 
Canada Larencita; see Lorencito. 
Canada West; see Ontario. 
Canal de Haro; see Haro. 
Canal Dover; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Tuscarawas county, Ohio. (Not Do- 
ver.) 
Canal "Wincliester; P. 0. and R. R. 

station, Franklin county, Ohio. (Not 

Winchester.) 
Canapitsit; passage between Nashawena 

and Cuttyhunk islands. Buzzards bay, 

Mass, (Not Canapitsett) 



Canary; islands, off NW. coast of Africa, 
Atlantic ocean. (Not Canaries.) 

Canaville; see Caneyville. 

Candahar; see Kandahar. 

Cane Creek; see Offutt. 

Caney; creek in Hawkins county. Term. 
(Not Cany.) 

Caney Branch.; P. 0., Greene county, 
Tenn. (Not Cany Branch.) 

Caneyville; township, Chautauqua coun- 
ty, Kans. (Not Canaville.) 

Cangozima; see Kagoshima. 

Cannelville ; township, Muskingum coun- 
ty, Ohio. (Not Connelville.) 

Canoe; see Poverotni. 

Canon City; see Canyon. 

Canon de Largo; see Long Canyon. 

Canonicut; see Kanomika. 

Canova; P. 0., R. R. station, and town- 
ship, Miner county, S. Dak. (Not Con- 
ova.) 

Canton; commercial port and capital of 
province of Kwang Tung, China. ( Not 
Kwang-chow, Kwang-tschu-fu, Quang- 
chow-foo, etc.) 

Cantril; P. O. and R. R. station. Van 
Buren county, Iowa. (Not Cantrill.) 

Cany; creek at head of Matagorda bay; 
Tex. (Not Craney.) 

Canyon; P. 0. and R. R. station, Fre- 
mont county, Colo. (Not Canon City.) 

Canyon Lorenzo; see Lorencito. 

Capahosic; landing and village, Glou- 
cester county, Va. (Not Cappahosack. ) 

Cape Ann; see Gloucester. 

Cape Breton; island belonging to Nova 
Scotia; contains a county and headland 
called Cape Breton. (Not Cape Briton, 
Cape Britton, nor Cape Britun.) 

Cape Cod; lighthouse on highlands of 
Truro, Barnstable county, Mass. (Not 
Cape Cod Highland.) 

Cape Francais; see Cape Haitien. 

Cape Haitien; seaport town on north 
coast of Haiti, W. I. (Not Cape Haytien.) 

Cape Henri; see Cape Haitien. 

Capel; township, Sioux county, Iowa. 
(NotCopel.) 

Cape May Point; borough, P. 0.,and 
R. R. station, Cape May county, N. J. 
(Not Sea Grove.) 

Cape Neddick; light, York county. Me. 
(Not Cape York Nubble nor York 
Nubble.) 



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Cape Town; city in Sonfh Africa, capi- 
tal of Cape Colony. (Not Cape-town.) 

Cape Verde; group of islands, Atlantic 
ocean, 320 miles from the coast of Africa. 
(Not Cape Verd.) 

Cape York Nubble; see Cape Neddick. 

Captain; harbor on north shore, Long 
Island sound, near Greenwich, Fair- 
field county, Conn. (Not Great Cap- 
tain Island.) 

Captain JohrCs; see Cabin John. 

Caqueta; see Yapura. 

Carankaway; see Karankawa. 

Carey; creek, Dorchester county, Md. 
(Not Garey.) 

Carey; R. R. station, Morris county, N. J. 
(Not Gary.) 

Carey Camp; post light, Whitehall Nar- 
rows, Lake Champlain, Washington 
county, N. Y. (Not Carey's Camp.) 

Caribbean ; sea between North and South 
America. (Not Carribbean.) 

Caribou; island in eastern part of Lake 
Superior. (Not Isle Cariboef.) 

Carleton; island, Saint Lawrence river, 
Jefferson county, N. Y. (Not Buck 
nor Carlton.) 

Carlisle; P. 0. and R. R. station, Fill- 
more county, Nebr. (Not Walters.) 

CarUruhe; see Karlsruhe. 

Carpathian; see Karpathian. 

Carpenter; bar in Ohio river, near Mari- 
etta, Washington county, Ohio. (Not 
Carpenter's.) 

Carpentersville; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Putnam county, Ind. (Not Carpenter- 
ville.) 

Carquinez; see Karquines. 

Carr; lake, Pottawattamie county, Iowa. 
(Not Car.) 

Carr; landnig, Mississippi river, Missis- 
sippi county. Ark. (Not Carr's.) 

Carr; see Cass. 

Carrantuchill; mountain in Ireland. 
(Not Carrantual, Carntual,Gharrantuel, 
nor Cairn toul.) 

Carrical; see Karikal. 

Carritunk; P. 0., Somerset county. Me. 
(Not Caratunk.) 

Carroll; island in Mississippi river, near 
Belleview, Calhoun county, 111.; also 
island in Mississippi river near Saint 
Louis, Mo. (Not Carroll's.) 

M s— 03 7 



*Carrollton; P. 0. and R. R. station, Cat- 
taraugus county, N. Y. (Not Carrol- 
ton.) 
Carrs Run; post light, Ohio river, near 

Pomeroy, Meigs county, Ohio. (Not 

Carr's Run.) 
Cartag'ena; city in Spain; also seaport 

town of Colombia, S. A. (Not Cartha- 

gena.) 
Cartecay; P. 0. and river, Gilmer coun- 
ty, Ga. (Not Carticay nor Carticary.) 
Carter; landing on Ohio river, above 

Cloverport, Breckenridge county, Ky. 

(Not Carter's.) 
Cartoogecbaye; creek, Macon county, 

N. C. (Not Wayah, Cartoogaja, nor 

Cartoogajay) . See Wayah. 
Carvers; harbor, Fox islands, Knox 

county. Me. (Not Carver's.) 
Caryville; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Campbell county, Tenn. (Not Carey- 

ville.) 
Casamanze; see Kasamanze. 
Cash; see Cache. 
Casbie; river, tributary to the Roanoke 

river, Bertie county, N. C. (Not 

Cashai.) 
Cashier; P. 0. and valley, Jackson coun- 
ty, N. C. (Not Cashier Valley.) 
Cashmere; see Kashmir. 
Caspers; see Finley. 
Cass; township, Clark county, Ind. (Not 

Carr. ) 
Cassiday; creek and P. 0., Randolph 

county, W. Va. (Not Cassity nor 

Thorn.) 
Castile; P. O. and village, Wyoming 

county, N. Y. (Not Castle.) 
Castle; mountain, Meagher county, 

Mont. (Not Elk.) 
Castle; point, western point of entrance 

to Chignik bay, Alaska peninsula. 

(Not Tuliumnit, Tutiumnik, nor Tuli- 

oumnint.) 
Catacoonamug; brook in Worcester 

county, Mass. (Not Catacunamuc.'* 
Cater skill; see Kaaterskill. 
Cat Fish Hole; see Ogleton. 
Catharine; P. O., Ellis county, Kana. 

(Not Catherine.) 
Catharine; P. O., Schuyler county, N. Y. 

(Not Catherine.) 
Catharine; township, Blair county, Pa. 

(Not Catherine.) 



Cat — €ha. 



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Cathedral; rock, Yosemite valley, Mar- 
iposa county, Cal. (Not Cathedral 

Point.) 
Cal Hole Ci-eek; see Ogleton. 
Catlen; P. 0. Dekalb county, Tenn. 

(Not Catlen Mills.) 
Caucus; shoal at entrance to Pensacola 

bay, Fla. (Not Caucas.) 
Caulk; landing and point on Mississippi 

river, Desha county. Ark. (Not 

Caulk' s.) 
Causton; bluff, Wilmington river, Chat- 
ham county, Ga. (Not Causten's.) 
Cavallo; point in San Francisco bay, 

Cal. (Not Caballo.) 
Cavanal; mountain, P. 0., and R. E.. 

station, Choctaw Nation, Ind. T. (Not 

Kavanaugh, etc.) 
Caven; point on New Jersey shore of 

upper New York bay. (Not Caven' s.) 
Cave Springs; city, Elk county, Kans. 

(Not Cavespringa.) 
Cawker; city, Mitchell county, Kans. 

(Not Cawker City.) 
Caximba; bay, Monroe countv, west 

coast of Florida. (Not Casimba.) 
Cayari; see Madeira. 
Cayote; see Coyote. 
Cay Verde; cay on the Great Bahpma 

bank, West Indies. (Not Cayo Verde.) 
Cedar; see Upper Cedar. 
Cedar Beach; point on Great Hog neck, 

east end of Long Island, N. Y. 
Cedar Creek; P. O. and R. R. station, 

Cass county, Nebr. (Not Cedarcreek.) 
Cedar Creek; see Caesar Creek. 
Cedar Grove; see Seeley. 
Cedar Keys; P. O. and R. R. station, 

Levy county, Fla. (Not Cedar Key.) 
Cedar Point; city, Chase county, Kans. 

(Not Cedarpoint.) 
Cedartown; county seat of Polk county, 

Ga. (Not Cedar Town.) 
Cedarvale; P. O. and R. R. station, 

Chautauqua county, Kans. (Not Cedar 

Vale.) 
Cedros; see Cerros. 
Center; island in Oyster bay. Long Island 

sound, N. Y. (Not Hog.) 
Center; P. 0., Tooele coimty, Utah. 

(Not Centreville nor Centre.) 
Center; township, Clark county, Kans. 

(Not Ashland.) 



Center Bartlett; P. 0.. R. R. station, 

and village, Carroll county, N. H. (Not 

Glen.) 
Center Berlin; P. O. and R. R. station, 

Rensselaer county, N. Y. (Not Berlin 

Centre.) 
Center Brunsidck; see Brunswick Center. 
Centerport; borough and P. 0., Berks 

county, Pa. (Not Centre Port.) 
Centers; point, Merrymeeting bay, Sag- 
adahoc county. Me. (Not Senter's.) 
Centerton; see Bougher. 
Centerview; P. 0., Johnson county, Mo. 

(Not Centreview.) 
Centerville; harbor on south shore of 

Cape Cod, Mass. (Not New.) 
Centerville; see Meadows. 
Central; city, Anderson county, Kans. 

(Not Central City.) 
Centreville; see Fentress. 
Centreville; see Rock Cave. 
Cerrito; creek, between Alameda and 

Contra Costa counties, Cal. (Not Cer- 

rilo.) 
Cerrogordo; P. 0., Lac qui Parle county, 

Minn. (Not Cerro Gordo.) 
Cerros; island, off west coast of Lower 

California. (Not Cedros.) 
Cetinje; capital of Montenegro. (Not 

Cettinje, Zetinje, Cettin, etc.) 
Cetiin; see Cetinje. 
Chaco; see Chacra. 
Chacra; mesa in Bernalillo county, N. 

Mex. (Not Chaca nor Chaco.) 
CJiad; see Tchad. 
Chadda; see Binue. 
Chadwick; pond in Bradford, Essex 

county, Mass. (Not Little.) 
ChaflB.n; bluff, James river, Henrico 

county, Va. (Not Chafin's nor Cha- 

pin's.) 
Chalk; P. 0., Wabaunsee county, Kana 

(Not Chalk Mound.) 
Chalkstone; see Johnson. 
Chalybeate Spring; see Cottaquilla. 
Chambly; see Richelieu. 
Chanatta; see Chinati. 
Chandik; see Klondike. 
Chandlar; river in Alaska, tributary to 

the Yukon, about 20 miles below Fort 

Yukon. (Not Gens de Large.) 
Chandler; bay, west of Roque island, 

Washington county. Me. (Not Chan- 
dler's.) 



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Cha— Che. 



Chandler; landing on Red river, Pointe 
Coupee parish, La. (Not Chandler's.) 

Chandler's; see Langlee. 

Chang-Hae; see Shanghai. 

Chankliut; island, near Chignik bay, 
Alaska peninsula, Alaska. 

Chanter's; see Goose Pond. 

Chapeau; see Gull. 

Chapel; see Woodland. 

Chapin's; see Chaffin. 

Chaplin; see Indian. 

Chapman; shoal. Saint Lawrence river, 
Jefferson county, N. Y. (Not Chap- 
man's.) 

Chapman Dock; light, Whitehall Nar- 
rows, Lake Champlain, N. Y. (Not 
Chapman's Dock.) 

Chapowamsie; see Chopawamsic. 

Charcas; see Sucre. 

Charkow; see Kharkof. 

Charles; creek in Warren county, Tenn. 
(Not Charley.) 

Charles; reef in Madison harbor. Long 
Island sound, near Madison, Conn. 
(Not Charles's.) 

Charles; river in eastern Massachusetts. 
(Not Quinobin.) 

Charles Neck; see Blake Point. 

Charleston; peak in Lincoln county, 
southern Nevada. (Not Timber.) 

Charleston; P.O. and R. R. station, Tioga 
county, Pa. (Not Charlestown.) 

Charleston; see Bryson. 

Charleston; see Spring. 

Charles Town; county seat of Jefferson 
county, W. Va. (Not Charlestown.) 

Note. — Agreeably to wish of citizens of 
Charles Town, to avoid confusion with Charles- 
ton, Kanawha county, W. Va. 

Charlestown; township. Redwood coun- 
ty, Minn. (Not Charleston.) 

Charlies; creek, near South Aberdeen, 
Chehalis county, Wash. (Not Charlies 
River.) 

Ghatata; creek and R. R. station, Brad- 
ley county, Tenn. (Not Chateetee.) 

Chattoog-a; ridge in Jackson county, 
N. C. ; mountains in S. C. ; township, 
Oconee county, S.C. ; river forming part 
of the South Carolina-Georgia boundary 
line. (Not Chatooga nor Chatuga.) 

Chaucer's; see Goose Pond. 

Chautauqua; village, Chautauqua coun- 
ty, Kans. (Not Chautauqua Springs.) 



Cheboygan; see McLeod. 

Check; see Cheek. 

Chedi; P. 0. and R. R. station. Brown 

county, S. Dak. (Not James.) 
Cheek; landing, Mississippi river, Crit- 
tenden county, Ark. (Not Check.) 
Cheektowaga; P. 0. in Cheektowaga 

township, Erie county, N. Y. (Not 

Forks Station.) 
Cheektowaga; R. R. station on N. Y., 

L. E. and W. R. R., IJ miles east of 

above. 
Chee-Lee; see Pechili. 
Cheesequake; creek in Madison town- 
ship, Middlesex county, N. J. (Not 

Cheese nor Chesquakes.) 
Chefuncte; river, Saint Tammany par- 
ish. La. (Not Chefonte nor Tche- 

functa.) 
Chelyuskin; peninsula, Siberia. (Not 

Cheljuskin nor Tcheliuskin.) 
Chemisal; see Bolsa de Chamisal. 
*Chemulpo ; port and town, Korea. (Not 

Chemulpho nor Chemulpoo.) 
Chengwatana; township, Pine county, 

Minn. (Not Chengwatona.) 
Cheoah; mountains, P. 0., and river,Gra- 

ham county, N. C. (Not Cheowah.) 
Chepalis; see Copalis. 
Chequamegon; bay and point. Lake 

Superior, Ashland county. Wis. (Not 

Ashland nor Shagwamigon.) 
Chernabura; island, north of Sannak 

and east of Unimak, Alaska. (Not 

Chernobour, etc.) 
Cherry; creek in Garrett county, Md. 

(Not Cherry Tree.) 
Cherry Creek; post village, White coun- 
ty, Tenn. (Not Cherrycreek.) 
Cherryhill; township, Indiana county, 

Pa. (Not Cherry Hill.) 
Cherrytree; borough, Indiana county. 

Pa. (Not Cherry Tree.) 
Cherrytree; P.O. and township, Venango 

county. Pa. (Not Cherry Tree.) 
Chesapeake; P. O. and village, Cecil 

county, Md. (Not Chesapeake City.) 
Chesterfield Factory; see Spofford. 
Chestnuthill; township, Monroe county, 

Pa. (Not Chestnut Hill.) 
Chestuee; creek in McMinn county, 

Tenn. (Not Chestua.) 
Cheviot; range of hills between England 

and Scotland. (Not Chiviot.) 



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100 



Cheyenne; river of South Dakota, trib- 
utary to the Missouri. (Not Sheyenne 
nor Shyenne.) 

Note. — Not to be confounded with Sheyenne 
river of North Dakota, tributary to the Red 
river. 

Cheyenne; see Sheyenne. 

Chiachi; islands, south coast of Alaska 
peninsula, Alaska. (Not Chiacht. ) 

Chiapas; city and state, Mexico. (Not 
Chiapa.) 

Chicagon; lake and slough. Iron county, 
Mich. (Not Chicgon, Checagon, nor 
Checayon.) 

Chicamacomigo ; life-saving station 
about 25 miles north of Cape Hatteras, 
N. C. (Not Chickamacomico.) 

Chichagof ; harbor, Attn island, western 
Aleutians, Alaska. (NotTchitchagoff.) 

Chickasaw; creek in Mobile county, Ala. 
(Not Chickasabouge.) 

Chickies; creeks, P. O., ridge of hills, and 
rock, Lancaster county, Pa. (Not 
Chiques nor Chikiswalungo, etc.) 

Chicomuxen; creek, tributary of Poto- 
mac river, Charles county, Md. (Not 
Chicomaxen.) 

Chief Mountain; lake in Missoula 
county, Mont. , on the Canadian bound- 
ary line. (Not Waterton nor Kutanie. ) 

Chief Mountain; see Saint Mary. 

Chigul; island, near Great Sitkin island, 
middle Aleutians, Alaska. (Not Tchi- 
gul.) 

Chikaskia; river in Kansas and Okla- 
homa. (Not Chicaskia.) 

Chikaskia; township. Harper county, 
Kans. (Not Chicaskia.) 

Chikaskia; township, Kingman county, 
Kans. (Not Chicaskia.) 

Chikaskia; township, Sumner county, 
Kans. (Not Chicaskia.) 

Childs; P. O. and R. E. station, Cecil 
county, Md. (Not Child.) 

Chile; republic of South America. (Not 
Chili.) 

Chilhowee; mountain and town, Blount 
county, Tenn. (Not Chillowee.) 

Chili; see Pechili. 

Chilkat; pass and river, southeastern 
Alaska. (Not Tsl-kaht, etc. ) 

Chilkoot; pass and village, southeastern 
Alaska. (Not Chilcoot, nor False Chil- 
kat.) 



Chilnualna; creek and fall, Mariposa 

county, Cal. (Not Chilanoialna, Chil- 
noialny, nor Chilnoalna.) 

Chilson Bend; lighthouse in Whitehall 
Narrows, Lake Champlain, Washington 
county, N. Y. (Not Chilson' s.) 

Chinati; mountain, Presidio county, Tex. 
(Not Chanatta nor Chanatte.) 

Chingtu; city in province Sze-Chuen, 
western China. (Not Ching Too, Ching 
Too Foo, Chengtu, Chingtu Fu, Tching 
Toy Fou, nor Tsching Tu Fu.) 

Chingu; see Xingu. 

Chiniak; bay, northeast coast Kadiak 
island, Alaska. (Not Chimakski nor 
Tchineyak. ) 

Chinquapin; P. 0. and village, Duplin 
county, N. C. (Not Chinkapin.) 

Chinquapin; settlement in Mariposa 
county, Cal. (Not Chincapin nor 
Chinkapin.) 

Chinquapin; see Indian. 

Chipmunk; creek, P.O., and R. R. sta- 
tion, Cattaraugus county, N. Y. (Not 
Chipmonk nor Chipmunck.) 

Chiques; see Chickies. 

Chirikof; island, near Semidi islands, 
Alaska. (Not XJgamok.) 

Chishima; see Kuril. 

Chitnak; cape, south side of Saint Law- 
rence island, Alaska. (Not Shitnak.) 

Chivato; mountain, Bernalillo county, 
N. Mex. (Not Chivoto nor Chivota.) 

Chlora; point, Choptank river, Talbot 
county, Md. (Not Cloras.) 

Chockalog; pond in Uxbridge, Worces- 
ter county, Mass. (Not Chocalog.) 

Choctawhatchee; bay in Florida and 
river in Florida and Alabama. (Not 
Choctawhatchie.) 

Chopawamsic; creek, between Prince 
William and Stafford counties, Va. 
(Not Chapowamsic.) 

Choteau; creek, P.O. , and R. R. station, 
Cherokee Nation, Ind. T. (Not Chou- 
teau.) 

Choumagin; see Shumagin. 

Chowiet; island; one of tbe Semidi group 
of islands, Alaska. (Not Chowee Et.) 

Christiania; capital city and fiord, Nor- 
way. (Not Kristiania.) 

Chuckatuck; creek and P. 0., Nanse- 
mond county, Va. (Not Chucatuck.) 



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Chu— Clo. 



Chucl-ei/ City; see Fullena, 
Chuctanunda (Xorth and South) ; two 

creeks in Montgomery county, N. Y. 

(Not Chaugtanoonda.) 
Clmgachik; see Kachemak. 
Chngatch; see Prince William, 
Chuginadak: island; one of the islands 

of the Four Mountains, eastern Aleu- 
tians, Alaska. (Not Tchuginadak.) 
Chug-ul; island, north of Amukta is- 
land, eastern Aleutians, Alaska. (Not 

Tchegoula.) 
Chula; P. 0., R. R. station, and village, 

Amelia county, Va. (Not Chula Depot.) 
Chulitna; river, tributary to the Kus- 

kokwim, western Alaska. (Not Hu- 

litna;) 
Chung Up; see Kingston. 
Chuquisaca; see Sucre. 
Church.; island, Currituck sound, N. 0. 

(Not Church's.) 
Church; see Churn. 
Churdan; P. O. and R. R. station, 

Greene county, Iowa. (Not Churdan- 

town.) 
Churn; creek, Kent county, Md. (Not 

Church.) 
Chuyak; see Shuyak. 
Cimarron; river, chiefly in Oklahoma 

territory. (Not Semerone.) 
dnaloa; see Sinaloa. 
Cinnabar; creek in Lewis county, Wash. 

(Not Cinebar.) 
CirdeviUe; see Scircleville. 
Citico; creek and P. 0., Monroe county, 

Tenn. (Not Cittico.) 
Ciudad dos Reis; see Natal. 
Claiborne; island in Mississippi river, 

Iberville parish, La. (Not Claiborne's.) 
Clallam; bay, county, river, and P. 0., 

Washington. (Not Callam.) 
Clapp; pond in Washington, Berkshire 

county, Mass. (Not West.) 
Clarendon Hills; P.O. andR. R. station, 

Hyde Park, Norfolk county, Mass. 

(Not Clarendon Hill.) 
Clark; ditch and point, Delaware bay, 

Kent county, Del. (Not Clarke nor 

Clarke's.) 
Clark; fork of the Columbia river, Oreg. 

(Not Clarke.) 
Clark; point. Buzzards bay, Bristol 

county, Mass. (Not Clark's.) 



* Clark; P. O. and township, Coshoc- 
ton county, Ohio. (Not Clark's.) 
Clarke; point, city of Chicago, Lake 

Michigan, 111. (Not Clarke's.) 
*Clarkhill; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Tippecanoe county, Ind. (Not Clarks- 

ville.) 
Clarksville; borough, Mercer county, 

Pa. (Not Clark nor Clarkesville.) 
Clarksville; see Clarkhill. 
Clatskanie; creek, precinct, township, 

and village, Columbia county, Oreg. 

(Not Klaskain, Klaskania, Klaskoniue, 

etc.) 
Clatson; see Nekanakum. 
Claivter; see Clouter. 
Claybanks; P. 0., Oceana county, Mich. 

(Not Clay Bank.) 
Clealum; lake, mountain, P. O., and 

river, Kittitas county. Wash. (Not Cle- 

Elum, Kle-al-um, nor Tlee-al-um.) 
Cleare; cape, southern extremity Mon- 
tagu island, Alaska. (Not Clear nor 

Southwest.) 
Clear Fork: stream, chiefly in Fayette 

county, W. Va. (Not Clear Fork of 

Coal river.) 
Clearport; P. O. and village, Fairfield 

county, Ohio. (Not Clear Port.) 
Clearspring; township, Lagrange coun- 
ty, Ind. (Not Clear Springs.) 
Clearwater; P. 0., township, and village, 

Wright county, Minn. (Not Clear 

Water.) 
Clearwater; see Eau Claire. 
Cleaves; north point of entrance to 

Greenport harbor, Suffolk county, Long 

Island, N. Y. (Not Cleaves'.) 
Clendenin; village, Kanawha county, 

W. Va. (Not Clendennin.) 
Clifton Heights; borough and P. 0., 

Delaware comity. Pa. (Not Clifton.) 
Clinton; P. O., Prince George county, 

Md. (Not Surratsville.) 
Clitherall; P. 0., R. R. station, and 

township, Ottertail county, Minn. (Not 

Clitheral.) 
Cloquet; P. 0., R. R. station, and village, 

Carlton county, Minn. (Not Colquet.) 
Cloras; see Chlora. 
Cloud Peak; see Cuyamaca. 
Clouter; creek, near Charleston, S. C. 

(Not Clawter nor Clauter, ) 



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102 



Clover creek; P.O., Highland county, Va. 

(Not Clover Creek nor McClungs Mill.) 
Cloverdale; see Armstrong. 
Cloverlick; creek, mountain, and P. O., 

Pocahontas county, W. Va. (Not Clover 

Lick.) 
Coahviila; a state of Mexico. (Not 

Cohahuila.) 
Coahuila; creek, Indian reservation, 

mountain, P. 0., precinct, and valley, 

Riverside county, Cal. (Not Cahuilla, 

Coahuilla, etc.) 
Coahulla; creek in Bradley county, 

Tenn. (Not Cooyehuttee.) 
Coal River; see Paint. 
Coanjock; bay, Currituck county, N. C. 

(Not Coinjack.) 
Cobb; island, lighthouse, neck, point, 

etc., Charles county, Md. (Not 

Cobb's.) 
Cobb; island on the Atlantic coast of 

Northampton county, Va. (Not 

Cobb's.) 
CoM; see Gobi. 

Coburg; P. 0. and R. R. station, Mont- 
gomery county, Iowa. (Not Cobourg 

nor Coburgh.) 
Cochin; city and native state, west coast 

of Hindustan peninsula. (Not Katchi, 

Kotchin, Kotschin, Katschha, nor 

Kachhi.) 
Cochin China; a region south of China 

and east of Siam. (Not Cochin-China. ) 
Cockburn; island (belonging to Canada) 

in northern part of Lake Huron. (Not 

Little Manitou.) 
Cockburn; see Mount Marion. 
Cockenoe ; island; the easternmost of the 

Norwalk group. Long Island sound. 

Conn. (Not Cockenoe's.) 
Cockpit; point in Potomac river, Prince 

William county, Va. (Not Cock Pit.) 
Cockrell; creek, Northumberland coun- 
ty, Va. (Not Cockle.) 
Codornices; creek in Berkeley, Alameda 

comity, Cal. (Not Cordonices.) 
Coeyman; bar in Hudson river, creek, 

township, etc., Albany county, N. Y. 
(Not Coeyman' s.) 
Coffee ; landing, Tennessee river^ Hardin 

county, Tenn. (Not Coffee's.) 
Cogtua; see Meade. 
Cohahuila; see Coahuila. 



Cohasset; town, harbor, rocks, narrows, 

Norfolk county, Mass. (Not Cohas- 

sett.) 
Cokesbury; mine and P. O., Hunterdon 

county, N. J. (Not Cokesburg.) 
Cold; bay, south shore Alaska peninsula, 

near Belkofski, Alaska. (Not Frozen 

nor Morozofskoi.) 
Cold Spring-; hill, Placer county, Cal. 

(Not Gold Spring.) 
Coldwater; mountain, near Anniston, 

Calhoun county, Ala. (Not Polecat 

Ridge. ) 
Coldwater; river, Yazoo bottom, Miss. 

(Not Cold Water nor Copasaw.) 
Cole Branch; post light, Ohio river, 

Greenup county, Ky. (Not Cole' a 

Branch.) 
Cole Ferry; shoal and lighthouse, Saint 

Lawrence river, Canada, 1 mile north 

of Oakpoint, Saint Lawrence county, 

N. Y. (Not Cole's Ferry.) 
Colerain; P. 0. and township, Bertie 

county, N. C. (Not Coleraine.) 
Coleraine; town, Franklin county, Mass. 

(Not Colerain.) 
Coleridge; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Cedar county, Nebr. (Not Cooleridge.) 
Coles; brook, chiefly in Middlefield, 

Berkshire county, Mass. (Not Cole's.) 
Collamore; ledge of sunken rocks on 

Massachusetts coast, near Scituate. 

(Not Colomore, etc.) 
Collhran; see Brandon. 
College; see Sequatchie. 
College Point; P. 0., Queens county. 

Long Island, N. Y. (Not Stratton- 

port.) 
Collier; ledge off south coast of Cape 

Cod, near Hyannis, Mass. (Not Col- 
lier's.) 
Collins; see Cummings. 
Collinson's; see Cummings. 
Cologne; P. 0. andR. R. station, Atlantic 

county, N. J. (Not Germania.) 
Colombia; republic, South America. 

(Not Columbia.) 
Colombo; capital of Ceylon. (Not Co- 

lumbo.) 
Colon; city and free port on the Atlan- 
tic coast of the Isthmus of Panama, Re- 
public of Colombia. 
Founded in 1850 by the Panama Railroad 

Company, and named for William H. Aspia- 



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Col- Coo. 



wall, one of the railroad company's principal 
Bhart' holders, and afterwards president of the 
Pacific Mail Steamship Company. The official 
name given the city by the Colombian Govern- 
ment is Colon, the Spanish form of the pat- 
ronymic of Christopher Columbus. Designated 
as ASPINWALL by the United States Government 
from the year of its foundation until 1882. The 
Colombian name was adopted in the latter 
year and has since appeared in the printed 
diplomatic and consular list of the Department 
of State as "Colon (Aspinwall)," "Colon" be- 
ing recognized as the proper form, and "Aspin- 
wall " added in parentheses merely for the pur- 
pose of distinguishing the place for the guid- 
ance of persons unfamiliar with the Colom- 
bian name. — A. H. A. 

Colonia; P. 0. and R. R. station, Middle- 
sex county, N. J. (Not Houtenville.) 

Colorado; river; the great river of the 
plateau region flowing into the Gulf of 
California. (Not Rio Colorado.) 

Colorado; see Front. 

Colorado Chiguito; see Little Colorado. 

Colquet; see Cloquet. 

Colt; pier, below Hartford, Connecticut 
river, Conn. (Not Colt's.) 

Colion; see Cotton. 

Column; see Stolbovoi. 

Colville; river in northern Alaska. (Not 
Col vile.) 

Combaliee; river between Colleton and 
Hampton counties, S. 0. 

Commodore Point Shoal; post light, 
Saint Johns river. East Jacksonville, 
Duval county, Fla. (Not Commodore' s 
Point Shoal.) 

Como; P. O. and R. R. station, Panola 
county, Miss. (Not Como Depot.) 

Conasauga; creek in Polk and McMinn 
counties, Tenn. (Not Connasauga nor 
Connesauga.) 

Conasauga; P. 0., Gilmer county, north- 

c ern Georgia. (Not Connasauga nor 
Connesauga.) 

Conasauga; P. 0., Polk county, Tenn. 
(Not Connasauga nor Connesauga.) 

Conasauga; river, chiefly in northern 
Georgia. (Not Connasauga nor Con- 
nesauga.) 

Concan; small settlement, Uvalde county, 
Tex. (Not Con Can.) 

Conception; point, Santa Barbara 
county, Cal. (Not Concepcion.) 

Conchagua; see Fonseca. 

Conchos; river in Chihuahua, Mexico. 
(Not Conchas.) 



Cone ; mountain near Mount Shasta, Sis- 
kiyou county, Cal. (Not Black Butte, 
Muir Butte, nor Sugar Loaf.) 

Conewago; township, Adams county, 
Pa. (Not Conowago.) 

Conewango; creek, P. 0., and township, 
Cattaraugus county, N. Y. (Not Con- 
newango.) 

Congamunck; see Kunjamuk. 

Congo; see Kongo. 

Con Hook; point on Hudson river. 
Orange county, N. Y. (Not Con's 
Hook.) 

Conimicut; lighthouse,Providence river, 
R. I. (Not Kinnimicut.) 

Conkling; the northern point of en- 
trance to Southold bay, Suffolk county, 
Long Island, N. Y. (Not Conkling's. ) 

Conner; creek, opposite Belle Isle, De- 
troit river, Detroit, Mich. (Not Con- 
ner's.) 

Connesauga; see Conasauga. 

Connesena; creek, Bartow county, Ga. 
(Not Connasana nor Connasene.) 

Conodoguinet; creek, Cumberland 
county. Pa. (Not Conedoquinet nor 
Conedogwinet.) 

Conova; see Canova. 

Constantino; harbor, Amchitka island, 
western Aleutians, Alaska. (Not Con- 
stantin.) 

Controller; bay, near mouth of Copper 
river, Alaska. (Not Comptroller nor 
Bering.) 

Conway; P. 0. and R. R. station, Taylor 
coimty, Iowa. (Not Conwa.) 

Cook; inlet on south coast of Alaska. 
(Not Cook's nor Kenai bay.) 

Cooke; township, Cumberland county, 
Pa. (Not Cook.) 

Cookeville ; P. 0. , Putnam county, Tenn. 
(Not Cookville nor Cooksville.) 

Cooper; bluff, southern point of entrance 
to Oyster Bay harbor, Long Island, 
N. Y. (Not Cooper's.) 

Cooper; the western point of entrance 
to Budd inlet, Puget sound, Wash. 
(Not Cowper.) 

Cooper; see Quebec. 

Cooper Bar; post light, Ohio river, Jef- 
ferson county, Ind. (Not Cooper's.) 

Coos; bay, precinct, and river, Cooa 
county, Oreg. (Not Coose nor Xoos.) 



Coo — Cox. 



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Coosaw; river, Hampton county, S. C. 

(Not Coosa.) 
Cooler; see Coutre. 
Cooler's Bridge; see AUenbridge. 
Copalis; head, near Grays harbor, Che- 

halis county, Wash. (Not Chepalis.) 
Copasaw; see Coldwater. 
Copel; see Capel. 
Copley; P. O., township, and village. 

Summit county, Ohio. (Not Copely.) 
Copperas Cove; P. O., Coryell county, 

Tex. (Not Coperas.) 
Copps; island; one of theNorwalk group, 

Long Island sound. Conn. (Not Copp 

nor Copp's.) 
Coqueta; see Yapura. 
Coquille; town, Coos county, Oreg. (Not 

Coquille City.) 
Coraopolis; borough, P. O., and R. R. 

station, Allegheny county. Pa. (Not 

Carapolis.) 
Corhetie; see Corvette. 
Corcoran; mountain west of Owens lake, 

Cal. (Not Mount Whitney No. 1, Old 

Mount Whitney, nor Sheep Rock.) 
Cordeal; P. 0. and R. R. station. Citrus 

county, Fla. (Not Hartshorn.) 
Cordell; post light, Mississippi river, 

Issaquena county. Miss. (Not Cor- 
dell' s.) 
Cordillera; the great mountain system 

of North and South America. (Not 

Cordilleras.) 
Cordoba; city and province of Spain, and 

province of Argentina. (Not Cordova.) 
Cordonices; see Codornices. 
Corea; see Korea. 
Corioman; see Currioman. 
Cornelius; creek, Henrico comity, Va. 

(Not Wilton.) 
Corpus Christi; pass, between Padre and 

Mustang islands, Tex. (Not Corpus 

Christi Inlet.) 
Corson; inlet to Ludlam bay. Cape May 

county, N. J. (Not Corson's.) 
Cortland; P. 0. and R. R. station, De- 
kalb county. 111. (Not Courtland.) 
Cortland; P. 0. and township. Republic 

county, Kans. (Not Courtland.) 
Cortlandt; P. O., R. R. station, and 

township, Edmunds county, S. Dak. 

(Not Cortland nor Mina.) 
Corvette; ledge in Johns bay, Lincoln 

county, Me. (Not Corbette.'i 



Cosners; see Maya. 

Colamy; see Katama. 

Cote sans Dessein; P. O. and township, 
Callaway county. Mo. (Not Cote Sans 
Dissein.) 

Cottaquilla; mountain (end of ridge im- 
mediately north of White Plains), Cal- 
houn county, Ala. (Not Chalybeate 
Spring, Klebiate Spring, nor Piedmont 
Springs. ) 

Cotton; township, Switzerland county, 
Ind. (Not Colton.) 

Cottonv^ood; creek, Adams county, Nebr. 
(Not Dry.) 

Cottonwood; see Smith. 

Cottrell; key, 8 miles WNW. of Key 
West, Fla. (Not Cotterals.) 

Cotuit; river in Barnstable county, Mass. 
(Not Santuit.) 

Coulterville; township and village, Ran- 
dolph county, 111. (NotCoultersville.) 

County Line; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Oi'leans county, N. Y. (Not County- 
line.) 

Courthouse Rock; mountain and pre- 
cinct, Cheyenne county, Nebr. (Not 
Court House Rock.) 

Coutre; P. 0. and township, Pemiscot 
county, Mo. (Not Cooter.) 

Coveda Mission; see Coweta. 

Cowardin; P. 0. and run, Bath county, 
Va. (Not Cowarden's.) 

Cowenlon; see Whitemarsh. 

Coweset; see Greenwich. 

Cov/eta; P. 0., creek, and district. Creek 
Nation, Ind. T. (Not Cowetah, Coveta 
Mission, nor Coveda Mission.) 

Cowiche; creek and P. O., Yakima 
county. Wash. (Not Cowecha, Co- 
wyche, Cowitchee, nor Kah-wi-chi.) 

Cowlitz ; county, pass, and river, Wash* 
(Not Cou-e-lis-ke.) 

Cow Neck; see Manhasset. 

Cowpasture; river, Alleghany and Bath 
coimties, Va. (Not Cow Pasture nor 
Cow-pasture.) 

Cowper; see Cooper. 

Cowyard; anchorage in Duxbury bay, 
Mass. (Not Cow- Yard.) 

Cox; creek and neck, Queen Anne county, 
Md. (Not Coxe nor Coxe's.) 

Cox; see Bel Alton. 

Cox Ripple; shoal in Ohio river, near 
Wellsburg, Brooke county, W. Va. 
(Not Cox's.) 



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Coy — Cam. 



Coyote; precinct and R. R. station, Daw- 
son county, Nebr. (Not Cayote.) 

Cozian; sunken rock and shoal, Peril 
strait, southeastern Alaska. (Not Ko- 
zian nor Nikolas. ) 

Orab Grass; see Taylor. 

Crabtree; creek in Garrett county, Md. 
(Not Crab Run.) 

Crabtree ; ledge in Sullivan harbor, Han- 
cock county, Me. (Not Crabtree' s.) 

Cracow; see Krakow. 

Crader Field; post light, Illinois river, 
Calhoun county. 111. (Not Crader' s.) 

Craig; bar in Ohio river, near Veney. 
Switzerland county, Ind. (Not 
Craig's.) 

Cranberry Peak; see Trumbull. 

Cranbury; P.O., township, and village, 
Middlesex county, N. J. (Not Cran- 
berry.) 

Crandell Corners; P. O. in Easton, Wash- 
ington county, N. Y. (Not Crandalls 
Corners.) 

Crane Eater; P. 0., Gordon county, Ga. 
(Not Craneeater.) 

Craney; island and lighthouse, Elizabeth 
river, near Norfolk, Va. (Not Crayne 
nor Crany.) 

Craney; see Cany. 

Craven; shoal in New York Lower bay. 
(Not Craven's.) 

Crawford; creek and landing on Missis- 
sippi river, Cape Girardeau county. Mo. 
(Not Crawford's.) 

Crawford; landing on Ohio river, 3 miles 
below Huntington, W. Va. (Not Craw- 
ford's.) 

Crawfordville; county seat of Taliaferro 
county, Ga. (Not Crawfordsville.) 

Crayne; see Craney. 

Creigh; see Greig. 

Cresap; bend and R. R. station, Ohio 
river, Marshall county, W. Va. (Not 
Cressap's.) 

Crescent; lake, Saint Johns county, Fla. 
(Not Dunn.) 

Cressap's; see Cresap. 

Creswell; P. 0., Washington county, N. 
C. (Not Cress well.) 

Cma Gora; see Montenegro. 

Croatan; sound, connecting Albemarle 
and Pamlico sounds, N. C. (Not Croe- 
tan.) 



Crocker; see Sequbia. 
Cromeset; neck and ledge, Bristol coun- 
ty, Mass. (Not Cromesett. ) 
Crook; landing, Mississippi river, 5 miles 

above Sainte Genevieve, Mo. (Not 

Crook's.) 
Groom; P. 0., Prince George county, 

Md. (NotCroome.) 
Croom Station; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Prince George county, Md. (Not 

Croome Station.) 
Croose; see Kruzof. 
Crop Grass; see Taylor. 
Cropsey ville ; P. 0. in Brunswick, 

Rensselaer county, N. Y. (Not Crop- 

serville.) 
Cross; see Guess. 
Cross; see Krestof. 
Cross Rip; shoal, Nantucket sound, Mass. 

(Not Cross Rip Shoal.) 
Crotch; island. Deer Island Thorofare, 

Hancock county. Me. (Not Thurlow.) 
Crotched; mountain, Hillsboro county, 

N. H. (Not Crochet nor Crotchet.) 
Crow; dock, Raritan river, N. J. (Not 

Crow's.) 
Crowl; see Reed. 
Crow's Nest; mountain near West Point, 

Orange county, N. Y. 
Cruso; P. O., Haywood county, N. 0. 

(Not Crusoe.) 
Crystal Spring; R. R. station, Los 

Angeles county, Cal. (Not Crystal 

Springs.) 
Cuama; see Zambezi. 
Cuba Landing; P. 0., Humphreys 

county, Tenn. (Not Cubia.) 
Cubia; see Cuba Landing. 
Cubits Gap ; post light, Mississippi river, 

Plaquemines parish. La. (NotCubitt's.) 
Cucliivara; not Purus. 
Cuemo Verde; see Wet. 
Cullasagee; creek and P. 0., Macon 

county, N. 0. (Not Cullasaja nor 

Sugartown.) 
Culpeper; P. 0., Wilcox county, Ala, 

(Not Culpepper.) 
Cumberland Entrance; see Saint Marys 

Entrance. 
Cuming; township, Dodge county, Nebr. 

(Not Cumming.) 
Cummings; creek, Talbot county, Md. 

(Not Collins nor Collinson's,) 



Cum — Dan. 



106 



Cummings; see Tackawasick. 

Cundy; harbor, ledge, and points, Casco 

bay, Cumberland county, Me. (Not 

Cundiz.) 
Cunningliani; creek, gap, and village, 

Jefferson county, Ala. (Not Adam's 

Creek.) 
Cunningham; see Agate. 
Cupertino; see Stevens. 
CuraQao; island, largest of the Dutch 

West India islands, Caribbean sea. 

(Not Curagoa.) 
Curia Maria; see Khorya Morya. 
Curies; neck of land on James river, 

Henrico county, Va. (Not Curl's.) 
Current Lake; P. 0., Murray county, 

Minn. (Not Currant Lake.) 
Currioman; bay or creek, an arm of 

Nomini bay, Westmoreland county, 

Va. (Not Corioman, etc.) 
Gushing; island, Portland harbor, Cum- 
berland county, Me. (Not Bang's nor 

Cushing's.) 
Cutchogue; harbor. Little Peconic bay, 

Suffolk county. Long Island, N. Y. 

(Not The Cove.) 
Cutoff; dredged channel at mouth of 

Patapsco river, Md. (Not New Cut 

Off.) 
Cuyamaca; mountain peak east of San 

Diego, Cal. (Not Cloud Peak.) 
Cuyler Dike; post light, Hudson river, 

near Albany, N. Y. (Not Cuyler' s 

Dike.) 
Cypress; rock in Eosario strait, Wash- 
ington sound. Wash. (Not Rock Is- 
land.) 

D. 

Dacosta; R. R. station, Atlantic county, 
N. J. (Not DaCosta nor Decosta.) 

Daholt; see Aderhold. 

Dakota; county seat of Humboldt coun- 
ty, Iowa. (Not Dakotah.) 

Da Kuren; see Urga. 

Dall; point, south of Cape Romanzof, 
western Alaska. (Not Cape Dall.) 

Dalmatia; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Northumberland county, Pa. (Not 
Georgetown.) 

Dalton; P. O. and R. R. station, Cook 
county, 111. (Not Dolton's Station.) 

Dalton; see Turner. 



Dalton' s; see Doltona. 

Damariscove; island, Lincoln county, 
Me. (Not Damriscove, etc.) 

Dame; point, Saint Johns river, Duval 
county, Fla. (Not Dame's.) 

Dameas; island in Lake Champlain, Vt. 
(Not Diadama.) 

Dammeron; marsh, Great Wicomico 
river, Northumberland county, Va. 
(Not Dammeron' s.) 

Damriscove; see Damariscove. 

Dancey; flatand point, Saint Johns river. 
Saint Johns county, Fla. (Not Dan- 
cey' s.) 

Danger; see Pogibshi. 

Dangerous; see Tuamotu. 

Daniel; creek and island near Charles- 
ton, S. C. (Not Mitchells nor Daniels. ) 

Daniss; see Dans. 

Dans; mountain and rock, Allegany 
county, Md. (Not Daniss nor Dan's.) 

Danvers; river, Essex county, Mass. 
(Not Essex Branch.) 

Danvers New Mills; see Danversport. 

Danversport; town, Essex county, Mass. 
(Not Danvers New Mills.) 

Danville; P. 0. and R. R. station, War- 
ren county, N. J. (Not Great Mead- 
ows. 

Danzig; seaport town of Prussia. (Not 
Dantzic.) 

Darfur; large oasis in the southeastern 
part of the Sahara, Africa. (Not Dar- 
foor, Darfour, Dar-el-foor, Darfor, Dar- 
fur, nor Dar For.) 

Dark; pond, Cheshire county, N. H. 
(Not Farnum nor Forum.) 

Darkey Springs; P. 0. in White county, 
Tenn. (Not Darkey Spring.) 

Darling; P. 0., Delaware county, Pa. 
(Not Darlington.) 

Darnall; point and landing, Mississippi 
river, Lake county, Tenn. (Not Dar- 
nall' s.) 

Darrah.; P. 0., Mariposa county, Cal. 
(Not Darrah' s nor Snow Creek.) 

Darrow; P. 0., Ascension parish. La. 
(Not Darrowville.) 

Daufuskie; island, Beaufort county, S. 
C. (NotDawfuskie.) 

Daugheriy; see Dougherty. 

Dauphin; island, at entrance of Mobile 
bay, Ala. (Not Dauphine.) 



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l>av — Des. 



Davenport; see Devenport. 
Davenport' s; see Davids. 

Davids; island, Long Island sound, 
Westchester county, N. Y. (Not Daven- 
port's.) 

Davidson; landing, Ohio river, Law- 
rence county, Ohio. (Not Davidson's.) 

Davis; bay, Pasquotank river, Pasquo- 
tank county, N. C. (Not Davis's.) 

Davis; landing, Mississippi river, 5 miles 
above Cape Girardeau, Mo. (Not 
Davis'.) 

Davis; ledge, entrance to Salem harbor, 
Mass. (Not Davis's.) 

Davis; township. Fountain county, Ind. 
(Not Daviess.) 

Davis South.; shoal off Nantucket, Mass. 
(Not Davis New South nor New South.) 

Davistown; see Egoniaga. 

Davitte; P. 0. and R. R. station, Polk 
county, Ga. (Not Davittes, Davitt's, 
nor Davitts.) 

Davols; see Devol. 

Dayay; see Dyea. 

Dayton; see Twin Lakes. 

Deadman; bend in Mississippi river, 
Adams coimty, Miss. (Not Dead- 
man's.) 

Deadman; island, Ohio river, Allegheny 
county. Pa. (Not Deadman' s.) 

Deadman; point, Penobscot bay, 1 J miles 
from Rockport, Knox county, Me. 
(Not Deadman's.) 

Deadman; reach in Peril strait, south- 
eastern Alaska. (Not Deadman's nor 
Deadmans.) 

Deakyneville; landing and P. O., New- 
castle county, Del. (Not Deakynes- 
vUle.) 

Deal; island, Tangier sound, Chesapeake 
bay, Somerset comity, Md. (Not Deil's 
nor Devil's.) 

Dean; island and landing, Mississippi 
river, Mississippi coimty, Ark. (Not 
Dean's.) 

Deanewood; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
District of Columbia. (N(jt Dean- 
wood.) 

Dearing; landing, Missouri river, Calla- 
way county. Mo. (Not Dearing's.) 

Deathdoor; bluff, Green bay. Door coun- 
ty, Wis- (Not Death's Door.) 



De Berniere; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Jefferson county, Ala. (Not Little War- 
rior.) 
Debolt; P. O., Douglas county, Nebr. 
(Not De Bolt Place, Debolt Place, nor 

De Bott.) 
De Chute; see Deschutes. 
Decros; point, eastern entrance to Mat- 
agorda bay, Matagorda county, Tex. 

(Not Decrow's.) 
Deep; lake on Baranof island, southeast- 
ern Alaska. (Not Gloubokoe.) 
Deep Creek; see Smith. 
Deer; see Klondike. 
Deerhead; township. Barber tounty, 

Kans. (Not Deer Head.) 
Deer Island Thorofare; strait between 

islands in Penobscot bay. Me. 
Deerpark; R. R. station and township, 

Orange county, N. Y. (Not Deer Park.) 
Deerwood; R. R. station and township, 

Kittson county, Minn, (Not Deer 

Wood.) 
Defoor; ferry across Chattahoochee river, 

Fulton county, Ga. (Not Defoore's.) 
Degonia; P. O. and township, Jackson 

county. 111. (Not Degognia.) 
Degroff; P. 0., Cayuga county, N. Y. 

(Not De Groff.) 
Deil's; see Deal. 
Dekkan; the central region of southern 

India. (Not Deccan.) 
Delagoa; bay on southeast coast of 

Africa. (Not Lagoa nor Lorenzo 

Marques. ) 
Delana; township, Humboldt county, 

1 wa. (Not Delano . ) 
Delancey Point; ledge, Larchmont 

harbor. Long Island sound, Westchester 

county, N. Y. (Not Delancey's Point.) 
Delavan; P. 0., township, and village, 

Faribault county, JNIinn. (Not Del- 

evan.) 
Delaware Watergap; borough, Monroe 

county, Pa. (Not Deleware Water 

Gap.) 
Deleon Springs; P. O.andR.R. station, 

Volusia county, Fla. (Not De Leon.) 
Delhi; city and district in the Punjab, 

northern India. (Not Dehli, Delli, nor 

Dilli.) 
Dement' s; see Dochet. 
Des Moris; see Tete de Mort. 



Den— Dis. 



108 



Denison; township, Luzerne county, Pa. 
(Not Dennison. ) 

Densford; post light, Mississippi river, 
Tipton county, Tenn. (Not Dens- 
ford's.) 

Dentsville; P, O., Charles county, Md. 
(Not Dents.) 

Denzig; see Balkash. 

Depere; P. O. and R. R. station, Brown 
county, Wis. (Not De Pere.) 

Derby; wharf, Salem harbor, Essex 
county, Mass. (Not Derby's.) 

Derring; the eastern point of entrance 
to Derring harbor, Shelter island, 
Suffolk county, N. Y. (Not Derring' s.) 

Derringer; see Dieringer. 

Deschutes; river, Olympia county, 
Wash. (Not De Chute.) 

Desdemona; town, Eastland county, 
Tex. (Not Desdemonia.) 

De Soto; city, Jefferson county. Mo. 
(Not Desoto.) 

De Soto; see West Rome. 

Despodo Dagh; see Rhodope. 

Devall Bluff; county seat of Prairie coun- 
ty. Ark. (Not De Vail' s nor Duvall' s. ) 

Devastation; see Pogromni. 

Devenport; creek and P. 0., Warren 
county, Tenn. (Not Davenport.) 

Devil; peak, Mariposa county, Cal. 
(Not Devil's nor Signal.) 

Devils; creek and island, Mississippi 
river, Lee county, Iowa. (Not Devil's.) 

Devils; island; oneoftheApostleislands, 
Lake Superior, Wis. (Not Devil's.) 

Devils; point, Pensacola bay, Escambia 
county, Fla. (Not Devil's.) 

Devil's; see Deal. 

Devil's; see Nails. 

Devils Elbow; post light near Palatka, 
Saint Johns river, Fla. (Not Devil's 
Elbow.) 

Devils Elbow; post lights, Illinois river, 
Fulton and Mason counties, 111. (Not 
Devil's Elbow.) 

Devils Nose; c^pe, Lake Ontario, Mon- 
roe county, N. Y. (Not Devil's Nose.) 

Devils Pulpit; rock, Whitehall Nar- 
rows, Washington county, N. Y. (Not 
Devil's Pulpit.) 

Devils Wharf; post light, Connecticut 
river, 4 miles above Essex, Middlesex 
county, Conn. (Not Devil's Wharf.) 



Devol; pond in Bristo'i county, Mass. 
(Not Davols, etc.) 

De Vree's; see Islais. 

Dewitt; P. O. and R. R. station, Carroll 
county, Mo. (Not De Witt.) 

Dewitt Bar; post light, Ohio river, Meiga 
county, Ohio. (Not De Witt's Bar.) 

Diadaraa; see Dameas. 

Diarbekr; city and district, Asiatic Tur- 
key. (Not Diarbekir nor Kara Amid.) 

Dias; creek and village, Cape May county, 
N.J. (Not Dyers.) 

Diaz; see Big Cottonwood. 

Dice; head, Castine harbor, Hancock 
county. Me. (Not Dice's.) 

Dickey; lake and river, Clallam county. 
Wash. . (Not Dickodochtedar.) 

Dickodochtedar; see Dickey. 

Dickson; borough and P. 0., Lacka- 
wanna county, Pa. (Not Dickson City. ) 

Dieringer; P.O. and R. R. station. Pierce 
county. Wash. (Not Derringer.) 

Dillard; wharf, opposite mouth of Chick- 
ahoning river, James river, Va. (Not 
Dollard's.) 

Dillen; P. 0., Jefferson county, N. Y. 
(Not Dillin.) 

Disappointment; cape at mouth of Co- 
lumbia river, Washington, 

Note. — On the 6th of July, 1778, Meares, in 
the ship Nootka, arrived off the cape and found 
that a " prodigious easterly swell rolled on the 
shore," and he had soundings in 16 fathoms 
over a hard, sandy bottom. "After we had 
rounded the promontory, a large bay, as we 
had imagined, opened to our view, that bore a 
very promising appearance and into which we 
steered, with every encouraging expectation. 
As we steered into the bay the water shoaled to 
9, 8, and 7 fathoms, where breakers were seen 
right ahead, and from the masthead they were 
observed to extend across the bay. We there 
fore hauled out." The name Cape Disappoint 
ment was given to the promontory. It was 
called Cape Hancock by Gray, in 1792. He 
changed this name to Cape Disappointment 
upon hearing that Meares had so named it. 
Cape Disappointment retained by Vancouver, 
by Belcher in 1&39, and by Ex. Ex. in 1841. 
Duflot de Mofras, 1844, calls it Cape San Roque 
or Disappointment. It was called Cape Han- 
cock orDisappointment at the first examination 
of the entrance to the river, in 1850, and the 
name Hancock, subsequently, in a secondary 
manner in the Light-House List, but the name 
Disappointment is that used on the oiRcial 
charts and by all navigators.— Poc^ Coast 
Filot,18S9,p.m. 



109 



Dis— Dru. 



Dishroon; post light, Mississippi river, 
Tensas parish, La. (Not Dishroon's.) 

Dividend; see Dividing. 

Dividing; creek, Northumberland 
county, Va. (Not Dividend.) 

Dividing; creek, tributary to Ohoptank 
river, Talbot county, Md. (Not 
Trappe.) 

Dix; point, Saint Mary river, Mich. (Not 
Dix's.) 

Dix; western point of entrance to Duck 
cove, Mount Desert island. Me. (Not 
Nutter's.) 

Dix; see Nutter. 

Dnieper; river of southern Russia, tribu- 
tary to the Black sea. (Not Dnyepr 
nor Dniepr.) 

Dniester; river of southern Russia, trib- 
utary to the Black sea. (Not Dnyestr 
nor Dniestr.) 

Doag; see Dogue. 

Dobbs Ferry; town on Hudson river, 
Westchester county, N. Y. (Not Dobb's 
Ferry.) 

Dobelbovsrer Landing; post light, Co- 
lumbia river, Columbia county, Oreg. 
(Not Dobelbower's.) 

Dochet; island, Saint Croix river, Wash- 
ington county. Me. (Not Demont's nor 
Saint Croix.) 

Dockum; village, Dickens county, Tex. 
(Not Dockum' s Ranch.) 

Doctor Merry; post light, Mississippi 
river, Muscatine county, Iowa. (Not 
Dr. Merry's.) 

Doctor^ s; see Broward. 

Dodge; city, Ford county, Kans. (Not 
Dodge City.) 

Dofllemyer; light and point at entrance 
to Budd inlet, Puget sound, Thurston 
county. Wash. (Not Dofflemyer's.) 

Dogue; creek, tributary to Potomac 
river, Fairfax county, Va. (Not Doag.) 

Dollar d's; see Dillard. 

Dollers; point, on south bank of James 
river, below Chickahominy river, Surry 
county, Va. (Not Doller's nor Duller's.) 

Doltons; P. O. and R. R. station. Cook 
coimty. 111. (Not Dalton nor Dolton's 
Station.) 

Dolton's Station; see Dalton. 

Dome, Cal. ; see Balloon Dome. 

Borne, Mass. ; see Everett. 



Dominica; see Santo Domingo. 
Donalds; P. 0., R. R. station, and town- 
ship, Abbeville county, S. C. (Not 

Donaldsville.) 
Donetz; river of southern Russia, the 

principal affluent o£ the Don. (Not 

Donets nor Donez.) 
Donoho Battery; see Fishing Battery. 
Doornik; see Tournay. 
Dorrance; borough, P. 0., R. R. station, 

and township, Luzerne county, Pa. 

(Not Dorrancetown.) 
Dorrity ; creek and post light, Mississippi 

river, Scott county. Mo. (Not Dorri- 

ty's.) 
Dosped Dagh; see Rhodope. 
Dossett; P. 0. and R. R. station, An- 
derson county, Tenn. (Not Dosset nor 
■ Dossetts.) 
Dougherty; township, Cerro Gordo 

county, Iowa. (Not Daugherty.) 
Douglas; township, Stafford county, 

Kans. (Not Douglass.) 
Douglas; see President. 
Douro; river of Spain and Portugal. (Not 

Duero.) 
Dover; see Canal Dover. 
Dovre; township, Kandiyohi county, 

Minn. (Not Dowe.) 
Dowe; see Dovre. 
Downing; creek, Gilmer county, Ga, 

(Not Dowing.) 
Downing, Minn. ; see Blackhawk. 
Downing, N. Y. ; see Randall. 
Dragston; P. 0., Cumberland county, 

N.J. (Not Dragstown.) 
Drakesville; P. 0., R. R. station, and 

township, Davis county, Iowa. (Not 

Drakeville.) 
Drayton; island. Lake George, north- 
eastern Florida. (Not Rembert.) 
Drew Chute; post lights, Mississippi 

river, near Burlington, Iowa. (Not 

Drew's.) 
Drewry; bluff, James river, Chesterfield 

county, Va. (Not Drury's.) 
Drewry Bluff; P. O.', Chesterfield 

county, Va. (Not Drewrys Bluff.) 
Drisco; shoal in Green bay, Wis. (Not 

Drisco's.) 
Drover's; see Baggers. 
Drummond; creek and light, Saint Johns 

river, near Jackson grille, Fla. (Not 

Dru mm end's.) 



Dm — Eas. 



110 



Drummond; island in northern part of 
Lake Huron, Mich. (Not Drum- 
mond 's.) 

Drujnmondtown; see Accomac. 

Drury's Bluff; see D)-ewry Bluff. 

Dry, Alaska; see Haj'ward. 

Dry, Nebr. ; see Cottonwood. 

Dryden; post light, Missi.ssippi river, 
near Grand Tower, Jackson county. 111. 
(Not Dryden's.) 

Drynob; P. O., Laclede county, Mo. 
(Not Dryknob.) 

Di-y Romer; see Romer Shoal. 

Dublin; pond, Cheshire county, N. H. 
(Not Monadnoek.) 

Duboistown; borough and P. 0., Lycom- 
ing county, Pa. (Not DuBoistown.) 

Duck; creek, Kent county, Del. (Not 
Old Duck.) 

Duck; islands in Quoddy Roads, near 
Eastport, Me. 

Duck Creek; see Smyrna. 

Duero; see Douro. 

Duff; P. 0., Arapahoe county, Colo. 
(Not Magnolia nor Schuyler.) 

Di(ff; see Magnolia. 

Duff Bar; post light, Ohio river, 7 miles 
below Pittsburg, Pa. (Not Duff' s Bar.) 

Duffield; see Turner. 

Dug Hill; P. 0., Putnam county, Tenn. 
(Not Dughill.) 

Dulhr^s; see Dollers. 

Dume; point, north head of Santa Mo- 
nica bay, Los Angeles coimty, Cal. (Not 
Duma, Dumetz, etc.) 

Dumplin; creek and P. 0., Jefferson 
county, Tenn. (Not Dumpling.) 

Dumpling Rock; light in Buzzards bay, 
off New Bedford, Bristol county, Mass. 
(Not Round Hill.) 

Duna; see Dwina. 

Duncan; point, Mississippi river, East 
Baton Rouge parish, La. (Not Dun- 
can's.) 

Duncan; see McLeod. 

Dunkirk; P. 0., Calvert county, Md. 
(Not Smithville.) 

Dunloup; creek and village, Fayette 
coimty, W. Va. (Not Dmiloop, Dun 
Loup, Upper Loop, nor Wiper Loop.) 

Dunn; creek. Saint Johns river, near 
Jacksonville, Duvall county, Ela. (Not 
Dunn's.) 

Dunn; see Crescent. 



I Dunville; hollow, Bennington county, 

Vt. (Not Dunnville.) 
Duplain; 4,'. 0. and township, Clinton 

county, Mich. (Not Du Plain.) 
Duquoin; city, P. O., and precinct, Per* 

ry county, 111. (Not Du Quoin. ) 
Durban; seaport town of Natal, South 

Africa. (Not D' Urban nor Port Natal.) 
Durfee; post light, Mississippi river, 

Monroe county. 111. (Not Durfee's.) 
Duvall' s; see Devall Bluff. 
Duwamish; head, river, and village near 

Seattle, King county, Wash. (Not 

Dwamish. ) 
Dvina; see Dwma. 
Dwaas Kill; creek in Saratoga county, 

N. Y. (Not D. Waus Kill nor Dwaas 

Kil.) 
Divamish, Wash. ; see Duwamish, Elliott, 

and Washington. 
Dwina; gulf and river, northern Russia. 

(Not Dvina nor Duna. ) 
Dyea; port of entry and P. O. at head of 

Lynn canal, southeastern Alaska. (Not 

Dayay, Dejah, Taiya, nor Tyj-a.) 
Dyea; see Taiv'a. 
Dyer; island in Narragansett bay, R. I. 

(Not Dyer's.) 
Dyer; see Romanzof. 
Dyers; see Dias. 
Dyersville; P. 0. and town, Dubuque 

county, Iowa. (Not Dyerville.) 

E. 

EacTs; see Simmons. 

Eagan; see Egan. 

Eagle; cliff, 750 feet high. Cypress is- 
land, Skagit county. Wash. (Not Bald 
Peak.) 

Eagle Creek; P. O., Overton county, 
Tenn. (Not Eaglecreek.) 

Eaglegrove; city, P. O., and township, 
Wright couuty, Iowa. (Not Eagle 
Grove Junction.) 

Eastaboga; see Estaboga. 

Eastanaula; see Oostanaula. 

Eastatoe ; ford, gap, and township, Tran- 
sylvania county, N. C, and creek, Pick- 
ens county, S. C. (Not Estatee nor 
Estatoe. ) 

East Bootlibay; P. 0. and village, Lin- 
coln county, Me. (Not East Booth 
Bay.) 



Ill 



Eas— Elk. 



Eastern; see Malay. 

Eastern Branch; see Anacostia. 

East Fork of the Yellowstone; see Lamar. 

East Gallatin; river in Gallatin county, 

Mont. 
East Geuda Springs; see Geuda Springs. 
East Haverhill; see Rock Village. 
East Helena; P. 0. and R. R. junction, 

Lewis and Clarke county, Mont. (Not 

Easton nor Prickly.) 
East Highlands; P. 0., San Bernardino 

county, Cal. (Not East Highland.) 
East Houndsfield; see Hounsfield. 
Eastlake; P. 0., Jefferson county, Ala. 

(Not East Lake.) 
Easton; see East Helena. 
Eastport; village, Pickett county, Tenn. 

(Not Spurrier.) 
Eaton; point, Camden harbor, Knox 

county, Me. (Not Easton.) 
Eatons Neck; light and point, Suffolk 

county, N. Y. (Not Eaton's Neck.) 
Eau Claire; city, county, and river in 

Wisconsin. (Not Clearwater nor Eau- 

claire.) 
Eau Pleine; town, Portage county, Wis. 

(Not Eau Plaine.) 
Ebenecook; harbor, Sheepscot bay, Lin- 
coln county, Me. (Not Ebenicook.) 
Ebenezer Siation; see Graymont. 
Ecell; see Ezel. 
Echo; see Calf. 
Eclihart Mines; post village, Allegany 

coimty, Md. (Not Eckart Mines.) 
Econijaga; see Egoniaga. 
Eden; see Edon. 
Edgartown Great; pond on Marthas 

Vineyard, Mass. (Not Herring.) 
Edgecumbe; see Kruzof. 
Edge-water; R. R. station, Cayuga 

county, N. Y. (Not Edgwater.) 
*Edgemont; P. 0. and township, Dela- 
ware county. Pa. (Not Edgmont.) 
Edina; P. 0. and village, Hennepin 

county, Minn. (Not Edina Mills.) 
Edison; P.O. and R.R. station, Sussex 

county, N. J. (Not Ogden Mine.) 
Edison; slough, Skagit county. Wash. 

(Not North Samish nor Samish.) 
Edmond; see Edwards. 
Edmonds; P.O. and R.R. station, Sno- 
homish county. Wash. (Not Edmunds.) 
Edmunds; glacier on Mount Rainier, 

Wash. (Not South Mowicb.) 



Edmund's; see Tarrant. 

Edon; P. 0. and village, Williamscounty, 

Ohio. (Not Eden.) 
Edwards; creek, Duval county, Fla. 

(Not Eward's, Samples, nor Starrett's.) 
Edwards; point, Galveston bay, Tex. 

(Not Edward's.) 
Edwards; point, Snohomish county. 

Wash. (Not Edmond nor Edmunds, 

etc.) 
Edwards; township, Ogemaw county, 

Mich. (Not Edward.) 
Eelchee; see Khotan. 
Egan; township, Dakota county, Minn. 

(Not Eagan.) 
Egg Harbor; city, Atlantic county, N.J. 

(Not Egg Harbor City.) 
Egoniaga; creek, Calhoun county, Ala. 

(Not Davistown nor Econijaga.) 
Ekaterinburg; town in the Ural moun- 
tains, Asiatic Russia. (Not lekaterin- 

bourg, Jekaterinenburg, nor Yekater- 
inburg.) 
Elburz; mountain in the Caucasus, 

southern Russia; highest mountain in 

Europe. (Not Elborus, Elbrooz, nor 

Elbruz.) 
Elco; see Elko. 
Elden; township, Dickey county, N. Dak. 

(Not Eldin.) 
Elderado; see Lewisburg. 
Eldridge Mill; P. 0., Buckingham 

county, Va. (Not Eldridges.) 
*Elderon; P. 0. and township, Marathon 

county, Wis. (Not Eldron.) 
Eleanor; creek, Tuolumne county, Cal. 

(Not Lake River. ) 
Elger; bay in Camano island, Puget 

sound, Wash. (Not Algers.) 
Elgin; see Moray. 
Elizabethtown; P. 0., R. R. station, 

and town, Bartholomew county, Ind. 

(Not Elizabeth Town.) 
Elizaville; P.O., R.R. station, and vil- 
lage, Columbia county, N. Y. (Not 

Ellerslie.) 
Elk; city, Montgomery county, Kans. 

(Not Elk City.) 
Elk; lake, Beltrami county, Minnesota. 

(Not Glazier.) 
Elk; P. 0., Douglas county, Nebr. (Not 

Elk City.) 
Elk; see Castle. 
Elk Falls; city, Elk county, Kans. (Not 

Elkfalls.) 



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Elkhorn; peak, Jefferson county, Mont. 
(Not Baldy, Big Baldy, nor Elkhorn 
Baldy.) 

Elkliorn Grove; P. 0. and township, 
Carroll county, 111. (Not Elk Horn 
Grove.) 

Elkins; landing, Mississippi river, Scott 
county, Mo. (Not Elkins'.) 

Elklick; P. O, and township, Somerset 
county, Pa. (Not Elk Lick nor West 
Salisbury.) 

Elko ; P. 0. and village, Barnwell county, 
S. C. (Not Elco.) 

Ellicott; creek, Erie county, N. Y. (Not 
Ellicotte.) 

Ellicottville; P.O. and town, Cattarau- 
gus county, N. Y. (Not Ellicottsville.) 

Elliot; point, Puget sound, Snohomish 
county. Wash. (Not Elliott.) 

Elliott; bay near Seattle, Wash. (Not 
Dwamish. ) 

Elliott; landing, Columbia river, Cow- 
litz county, Wash. (Not Elliott's.) 

Elliott; township, Sanborn county, 
S. Dak. (Not Elliot.) 

Elliott Knob; mountain peak, Augusta 
county, Va. (Not Eogers.) 

This mountain has been locally known for 
many years as Elliott's Knob. The desire has 
been expressed to substitute the name of Rog- 
ers, in honor of Prof. W. B. Kogers, formerly the 
State geologist of Virginia, and a pioneer in 
the study of the geology of that State. This 
decision is based on the grounds, first, that the 
name Elliott Knob is well established, and, 
second, that a mountain peak in Virginia near 
the North Carolina line has already been 
named in honor of Professor Rogers. 

Ellis; cliff, Mississippi river, Adams 

county. Miss. (Not Ellis's.) 
Ellis; island. New York harbor, N. Y. 

(Not Ellis's.) 
Ellis; reef, Stonington harbor, Conn. 

(Not Ellis'.) 
EUisville; county seat and P. 0., Jones 

county. Miss. (Not EUisville Depot.) 
Elm; city, Labette county, Kans. (Not 

Ehn City.) 
Elmonte; P. 0. and K. R. station, Los 

Angeles county, Cal. (Not Monte.) 
El Morro; see Morro. 
Elmwood; P. 0. and township, Saline 

county. Mo. (Not Elm Wood.) 
Elmwood Place; P. 0. and R. R. sta- 
tion, Hamilton country, Ohio. (Not 

Elmwood Village.) 



Elovoi; islet in Peril strait, southeastern 

Alaska. (Not Fir-tree, Spruce, nor 

Yelowoi.) 
El Paso; city. El Paso county, Tex. 

(Not Elpaso.) 
El Pinole; see Pinole. 
Elreno; P. 0., Canadian county, Okla. 

(Not El Reno.) 
Elsinore; P.O., Carter county. Mo. (Not 

Ellsinore.) 
Elsinore; see Elsmore. 
Elsmore; city and township, Allen 

county, Kans. (Not Elsinore.) 
Emelia; see Amelia. 

Emery; gap, P. 0., and river in Ten- 
nessee. (Not Emory, Big Emery, nor 

Emerys.) 
Emgeten; island in Sitka harbor, Alaska. 

(Not Emheleni.) 
Emmet; P. O. and township, Holt coun- 
ty, Nebr. (Not Emmett.) 
Emmet; P. 0. and township. Saint Clair 

county, Mich. (Not Emmett.) 
Emm.ons; glacier on Mount Rainier, 

Wash. (Not White.) 
Empire; city, Cherokee county, Kans. 

(Not Empire City.) 
Empire; city, Coos county, Oreg. (Not 

Empire City.) 
Emponay; see Stoney. 
Enders; P. 0., Dauphin county, Pa. 

(Not Jacksonville.) 
Engelmann; canyon near Colorado 

Springs, Colo. (Not Ingleman's.) 
English; river near Delagoa bay, south- 
east coast of Africa. (Not Espirito 

Santo.) 
Englishman; bay, northeast of Roque 

island, Washington county. Me. 
Englund; P. O., Marshall county, Minn. 

(Not England.) 
Enisei; see Yenisei. 
Ennis; P. 0., Madison county, Mont. 

(Not Enniss.) 
Ensly; post light, Mississippi river, 

Shelby county, Tenn. (Not Ensley.) 
Ephrata; P. 0. and township, Lancaster 

county. Pa. (Not Ephratah.) 
Eppes; creek and island, James river, 

Charles City county, Va. (Not Eppes' ) . 
Erdahl; township. Grant county, Minu. 

(Not Erdal.) 
Erdely; see Transylvania. 
Er-Riad; see Eiad. 



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Err — Fan. 



Errol; island, southerly continuation of 

the Chandeleur islands, La. (Not 

Grand Gosier.) 
Ervin; township, Howard county, Ind. 

(Not Erwin.) 
Erzerum; principal city of Armenia, 

Asiatic Turkey. (Not Arzroom, etc.) 
Erzgebirge; mountain chain between 

Bohemia and Saxony, Germany. (Not 

Erz, Erz-Gebirge, nor Erzegeberge.) 
Esbon; see Ezbon. 
Escaut; see Scheldt. 
Esch.sch.oltz; bay, Kotzebue sound, 

northern Alaska. (Not Esholtz, etc.) 
Espana; see Spain. 
Espirito Santo; see English. 
Essex Branch; see Dan vers. 
Estaboga; creek, district, and P. 0., 

Talladega county, Ala. (Not Easta- 

boga.) 
Estero; bay, point, and river, San Luis 

Obispo county, Cal. (Not Estros nor 

Esteroa.) 
Etna; P. 0. and township, Siskiyou 

county, Cal. (Not Etna Mills.) 
Etolin ; island, south of Kupreanof island, 

Alexander archipelago, Alaska. (Not 

Etoline, etc.) 
Etowah.; river, Dawson and Lumpkins 

counties, Ga. (Not Etawi, Etowa, nor 

Hightower.) 
Eubaa; see Evvia. 
Eucebia; see TJceba. 
Euh.arlee; creek in Polk and Bartow 

counties, Ga., and P. 0. in Bartow 

county, Ga. (Not Euharley.) 
Eureka; see Wayanda. 
Evans Cross Roads; see Timberridge. 
Evans Landing; post light, Ohio river, 

and P. 0., Harrison county, Ind. (Not 

Evan's Landing.) 
Everest; peak in the Himalaya moun- 
tains; highest peak in the world. (Not 

Gaurisankar.) 
Everett; mountain, Berkshire county, 

Mass. (Not Bald, Dome, Taughanuc, 

nor Washington.) 
Ewia; a Greek island. (Not Euboea.) 
Ewan; P. 0., Gloucester county, N. J. 

(Not Ewan's Mills.) 
Eward's; see Edwards. 
Ezbon; township and village, Jewell 

county, Kans. (Not Esbon.) 
Ezel; post village, Morgan county, Ky, 

(Not Ecell nor Ezell.) 

M s— 03 8 



F. 

Fackler . P. 0. and R. R. station, Jackson 
county, Ala. (Not Flackler.) 

Eairbank; town and township, Sullivan 
county, Ind. (Not Fairbanks.) 

Fairchilds; chute, creek, and island No. 
114, Mississippi river, Adams county, 
Miss. (Not Fairchild's.) 

Fairfield; see Salmon Falls. 

Fairgrove; P.O. and township, Tuscola 

. county, Mich. (Not Fair Grove.) 

Fairhaven; P. 0. and landing, Chesa- 
peake bay, Anne Arundel county, Md. 
(Not Fair Haven.) 

Fairlee^ creek and P. 0., Kent county, 
Md. (Not Farley's nor Forley's.) 

Fairlie; see Hedges. 

Fairplay; county seat. Park county, 
Colo. (Not Fair Play.) 

Fairport; village. Lake county, Ohio. 

Note. — The P. O. in this village is Fairport 
Harbor. 

Fairview; see Ferrell. 

Fairview Dome; mountain in Yosemite 

National Park, Cal. (Not Soda Springs 

Buttes nor Soda Spring Dome.) 
Fairweather; see Fayerweather. 
Falcon; cape, Clatsop county, Oreg. 

(Not False Tillamook.) 
Falkner; island, Long Island sound, 

New Haven county, Conn. 

Discovered by the Dutch captain, Adrien 
Block, in 1614, and named by him " Valcken 
Eylandt " (Falcon Island). This Dutch name 
was corrupted by the English to Fawkner's 
Island, Falkner's Island, and Falkland's 
Island.— i>r. Kohl's MS. 

Fallbrook; borough and P. O., Tioga 
county, Pa. (Not Fall Brook.) 

Fall River; city. Greenwood county, 
Kans. (Not Fallriver.) 

Falls; creek, Tuolumne county, Cal. 
(Not Fall River.) 

False ChiUcat; see Chilkoot. 

False Liston's Point; see Bombay Hook. 

False Tillamook; see Falcon. 

Fancher; P. 0. and R. R. station, Or- 
leans county, N. Y. (Not Murray.) 

Fancy Creek; city. Clay county, Kana. 
(Not Fancy creek.) 

Fannie; see Bailey. 

Fanning; southern point of entrance to 
Greenport harbor, Suffolk county. 
Long Island- (Not Fanning' s.) 



Far— Fis. 



114 



Faraby; island, North Landing river, 
Currituck county, N. C. (Not Fara- 
by' s.) 

Farallone; islands off San Francisco 
bay, Cal. (Not Farallon.) 

Farill; P. O. and R. E. station, Chero- 
kee county, Ala. (Not Farrill.) 

Farley's; see Fairlee. 

Farlin; see Voorheesville. 

Farmers Valley; see Farm vale. 

Farming-ton; river, Hartford county. 
Conn. (Not Tunkis.) 

Farmvale; P. O., Hamilton county, 
Nebr. (Not Farmers Valley.) 

Farnam; hill and P. P. station, Berk- 
shire county, Mass. (Not Farnham nor 
Farnums.) 

Farnum; see Dark. 

Faroe ; a group of Danish islands north 
of Scotland. (Not Faero, Faro, nor 
Faeroe.) 

Faulkner; P. 0. and P. R. station, 
Charles county, Md. (Not Lothair.) 

Faulkner's; see Falkner. 

Fayerweather; island near Bridgeport, 
Fairfield county, Conn. (Not Fair- 
weather.) 

February; P. O., Washington county, 
Tenn. (Not Febuary.) 

Felton; see Barker. 

Fentress; P. O. and R. R. station, Nor- 
folk county, Va. (Not Centre vi lie.) 

Fenwick; island at mouth of South 
Edisto river, Colleton county, S. C. 
(Not Fen-wick's.) 

Fenwick; island, lighthouse, and shoal, 
20 miles south of Cape Henlopen, Del. 
(Not Fenwick' s.) 

Fernandina Entrance; see Saint Marys 
Entrance. 

Fernbank; P. 0. and village, Hamilton 
county, Ohio. (Not Fern Bank.) 

Fern Hill; P. 0. and precinct. Pierce 
county, Wash. (Not Fernhill.) 

Ferrell; P. 0., Gloucester county, N. J. 
(Not Fairview.) 

Ferro Mont; see Kenvil. 

Ferry; see Hurst. 

Feurabush.; R. R. station, Albany coun- 
ty, N. Y. (Not Furabush.) 

Feuri Spruyt; creek in Coeymans, Al- 
bany county, N. Y. (Not Spray t Kill. ) 

Fiddler; ledge, Fox Island Thorofare, 
Penobscot bay, Me. (Not Fidler's.) 



Field; point, Long Island sound, near 
Greenwich, Fairfield county, Conn. 
(Not Horse Neck.) 

Fife; P. C, Goochland county, Va. (Not 
Fife's.) 

Fiji; group of islands. South Pacific ocean. 
(Not Feejee nor Viti.) 

Filipinos; see Philippine. 

Filley; mountain, Berkshire county, 
Mass. (NotTilley.) 

Finch's; see Tweed. 

Finch's Island; see Red. 

Finderne; P. 0. and R. R. station, Somer- 
set county, N. J. (Not Findern.) 

Findley; township, Allegheny county, 
Pa. (Not Finley.) 

Finisterre ; cape, the westernmost head- 
land of Spain. (Not Finistere.) 

Finley; landing and post light, Missis- 
sippi river, near Waupeton, Dubuque 
county, Iowa. (Not Finley' s.) 

Finley; run, Cumberland county, N. J. 
(Not Caspers, Shimp's, Stretche, nor 
Stretch's.) 

Finley; see Findley. 

Finns; point, Delaware river, Salem 
county, N. J. (Not Finn's.) 

Fir-tree; see Elovoi. 

Fish; dock, Saint Clair river, 3 miles 
south of Algonac, Saint Clair county, 
Mich. (Not Fish's.) 

Fish; lake inEgan, Dakota county, Minn. 
(Not Thompson.) 

Fisher; island, Illinois river, Greene 
county. 111. (Not Fisher's.) 

Fisher; P. 0., township, and village, 
Polk county, Minn. (Not Fisher Land- 



ing-) 



Fisher Creek; P. O., Hawkins county, 
Tenn. (Not Fishers Creek.) 

Fisherman; point on right bank of Indian 
river, near Melbourne, Brevard county, 
Fla. (Not Fisherman's.) 

Fisherman; shoal. Lake Michigan, 9 
miles east of Washington island, Door 
county. Wis. (Not Fisherman's.) 

Fisherman Island; passage, Penobscot 
bay. Me. (Not Fisherman's Island.) 

Fisherman's; see Whitney. 

Fishers; island, Long Island sound, Suf- 
folk county, N. Y. (Not Fisher's.) 

Fishers; P. 0., Clarke county. Wash. 
(Not Fisher, Fishers Landing, nor Fish- 
ers Wharf.) 



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Fis— For. 



Fishers Point; range lights, Delaware 
river, near Piiiladelphia, Pa. (Not 
Fisher's.) 

Fishing Battery; lighthouse in Chesa- 
peake bay, near entrance to Susque- 
hanna river. (Not Donoho Battery.) 

Fishing- Rocks; point, the western head 
of Mumford cove, Fishers Island sound, 
Conn. (Not Bluff.) 

Fishing Rocks; see Bluff. 

Fish Point; ledge, Portland harbor, Me. 
(Not Fishes.) 

Fitler; landing and point, Mississippi 
river, Issaquena county. Miss. (Not 
Fitler' s.) 

Five Finger; rapids in the upper Yukon, 
near Rink rapids. (Not Five-finger. ) 

Five Points; see Rich wood. 

Flackler; see Fackler. 

Flagler; P. 0., Marion county, Iowa. 
(Not Flagler's.) 

Flagtown; R. R. station and village, 
Somerset county, N. J. (Not Flagg- 
town.) 

Flagtown; see Frankfort. 

Flanagan Mills; P. 0., Cumberland 
county, Va. (Not Flanagans Mill.) 

Flathead; lake and river in northwest- 
ern Montana. (Not Pend d' Oreille nor 
Selish.) 

Flatrock; township, Henry county, Ohio. 
(Not Flat Rock.) 

Flawhill; see Snow Hill. 

Flax; see Little Colorado. 

Fleet; point at mouth of Great Wicom- 
ico river, Northumberland county, Va. 
(Not Fleet's.) 

Fletcher; landing, Mississippi river, 
Mississippi comity. Ark. (Not Fletch- 
er's.) 

Florida; river, southwestern Colorado. 
(Not Rio Florida.) 

Flourville; P. 0., Washington county, 
Tenn. (Not Floursville.) 

Flye; point, Blue Hill bay, Hancock 
county, Me. (Not Flye's.) 

Flye Point; ledge. Blue Hill bay, Han- 
cock county. Me. (Not Flye's Point.) 

Flynns Knoll; shoal in entrance to New 
York harbor. (Not Flynn's Knoll.) 

Foggy; see Semidi. 

Fogleman; chute and post light, Missis- 
Bippi river, Crittenden county, Ark. 
(Not Fogleman' s.) 



Fo-Kien; see Fukien. 

*Foldal; P. 0. and township, Marshall 
county, Minn. (Not Foldahl.) 

Folsom; P. 0. and R. R. station, Atlantic 
county, N. J. (Not Germantown nor 
New Germany.) 

Folsom^ P. 0. and R. R. station. Mills 
county, Iowa. (Not Henton nor Hen- 
ton's.) 

Fondulac; township, Tazewell county, 
111. (Not Fond du Lac nor Frontenac. ) 

Fonseca ; bay on west coast of Nicaragua. 
(Not Conchagua.) 

Foochow; see Fuchau. 

Foot; creek in Brown county, S. Dak. 
(Not Foote.) 

Forbes; bay, Pasquotank river, Pasquo- 
tank county, N. C. (Not Forbes' s.) 

Ford Point; post light, Mississippi river, 
Adams county, Miss. (Not Ford's 
Point.) 

Fords Depot; P. O., R. R. station, and 
village, Dinwiddle county, Va. (Not 
Fords.) 

Fords Ferry; post light and P. O., Ohio 
river, Crittenden county, Ky. (Not 
Ford's Ferry.) 

Fords Store; see Winchester. 

Forest; lake, Cheshire county, N. H. 
(Not Humphrey's Pond.) 

Forest; P. 0. and R. R. station, Newcas- 
tle county, Del. (Not Blackbird nor 
Blackbird Station.) 

Forest City; precinct, Sarpy county, 
Nebr. (Not Forrest City nor Forest.) 

Forest Hills; village within the city 
limits of Boston, Mass. (Not Forest 
Hill.) 

Forestport; P. 0. and township, Oneida 
county, N. Y. (Not Forest Port.) 

Forestville; P. O. and township, Fill- 
more county, Minn. (Not Forrestville.) 

Forestville; P.O. and village, Chautau- 
qua county, N. Y. (Not Forrestville.) 

Fork; rocks, off north end of Pvudence 
island, Narragansett bay, R. I. (Not 
Fort.) 

Forks of Little Sandy; see Little Sandy. 
Forks of Water; see Strait Creek. 
Forks Station; see Cheektowaga. 
Forley's; see Fairlee. 
Forrest; county seat of Saint Fraucia 

county, Ark. (Not Forrest City.) 
Forrest City; see Forest City. 



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Forrester; point, Saint Johns river, about 
3 miles below Palatka, Putnam county, 
Fla. (Not Forrester's.) 

Fort; see Fork. 

Fort Calhoun; see Calhoun. 

Fortescue; beach, creek, landing, and 
neck, Cumberland county, N. J. (Not 
Fortesque.) 

Fort Hunter; town, Dauphin cotmty, 
Pa. (Not Eockville.) 

Fort Monroe; Elizabeth City county, 
Va. (Not Fortress Monroe.) 

Note.— On February 8, 1828, the Secretary of 
War ordered that the works at Old Point Com- 
fort be called Fort Monroe, and not Fortress 
Monroe. 

Fort Eecovery ; P. O. and village, Kecov- 
ery township, Mercer county, Ohio. 
(Not Recovery.) 

Fort Tatas; see Banjermasin. 

Fortuna; see Klokachef. 

Fort "Wasliing'ton; point, Hudson river, 
New York City, N. Y. (Not Jeffrey's 
Hook.) 

Fort "Wool; Hampton Roads, Va. (Not 
Rip-Raps.) 

Fort Wrangel; see Wrangell. 

Forum; see Dark. 

Foster; landing and P. 0., Ohio river. 
Bracken county, Ky. (Not Foster's.) 

Foulweather; cape, Oregon. 

Sometimes confused vnih. Yaquina Head, a 
diflferent point, 6 miles distant to the south- 
ward. 

Fourche Maline; fork of Poteau river, 

Choctaw Nation, Ind. T. (Not Fourche 

Malene, Malin, etc.) 
Fox; creek, Schoharie county, N. Y. 

(Not Foxe's.) 
Fox; see Pishtaka. 
Fox Hole; creek, tributary to Tred 

Avon river, near Oxford, Talbot coun- 
ty, Md. (Not Fox's Hole.) 
Francesville; P. O. and town, Pulaski 

county, Ind. (Not Franesville.) 
Frank; landing and post light, Ohio 

river, Perry county, Ind. (Not 

Frank's.) 
Frank; ledge, New London harbor, 

Conn. (Not Frank's.) 
Frankfort; P. 0. and village, Somerset 

county, N. J. (Not Flagtown.) 
Frankfort; township and village, Will 

county, ni. (Not Frankfort Station.) 
Franklin; P. 0., Lee county, Iowa. 

(Not Franklin Centre.) 



Franklin Furnace; P. O. and R. R. sta- 
tion, Sussex county, N. J. (Not 
Franklin.) 

Franklintown ; borough and P. 0. , York 
county. Pa. ("Not Franklin.) 

Frazier; mountain, Ventura county, Cal. 
(Not Cuddy Peak.) 

Frazier; point, Winyaw bay, George- 
town county, S. C. (Not Frazier' s.) 

Frederika; P. O. and township, Bremer 
county, Iowa. (Not Frederica.) 

Freeman; rock at entrance to Mud 
Hole channel, near Great Wass island, 
Washington county, Me. (Not Free- 
man's rock nor Freeman's ledge.) 

Freemason; islands, Chandeleur sound, 
Saint Bernard parish, La. (Not Free- 
mason Keys.) 

Freeport; see West Seattle. 

Fremont; P. 0. and township, Steuben 
county, Ind. (Not Fremount.) 

French; hill in Peru, Berkshire county, 
Mass. (Not French's.) 

French.; point, Mississippi river, Fulton 
county, Ky. (Not French's.) 

French Camp; P. O. and village, Choc- 
taw county, Miss. (Not French Camps.) 

Frenchton; P. 0., Upshur county, W. 
Va. (Not Frenchtown nor Beechto wn. ) 

Friar; head, Long Island sound, Suffolk 
county, N. Y. (Not Friar's.) 

Friar; point, Mississippi river, Coahoma 
county. Miss. (Not Friars Point.) 

Friendly; see Tonga. 

Friends; landing, Kanawha river, Ka- 
nawha county, W. Va. (Not Friend's 
Landing) . 

Front; mountain range, the easternmost 
in Colorado. (Not Colorado.) 

Frontenac; see Fondulac. 

Frozen; see Cold. 

Fuca; see Juan de Fuca. 

Fuchau; treaty port, Formosa strait, 
China. (Not Foochow, etc.) 

Fug-ates Hill; P. 0., Russell county, 
Va. (Not Fugate Hill nor Fugate's 
Hill.) 

Fujiyama; volcano, Japan. (Not Foo- 
see, Fooseeyama, Fousi, Fuji, Fuji 
gama, Fuji-no-yama, Fujino-yama, Fu- 
ji-san, Fuji-yama, Fusi, Fusino-yama, 
Fusiyama, nor Fusi-yama.) 

Fukien; maritime province of China. 
(Nol Fokien, Fo Kien, Fo-Kien, Fuh- 
kien, Fuh-Kien, Fukian, nor Fu Kyen.) 



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Ful— Geo. 



Pulker; island and shoal, Croatan sound, 

Dare county, N. C. (Not Fulker's nor 

Fulkner's.) 
Fullens; P. 0. and R. R. station, Greene 

county, Tenn. (Not Fullen's, Fuller's, 

Fullen, Chuekey City, nor Chucky 

City.) 
Fuller; rock, Providence river, R. I. 

(Not Fuller's.) 
Funen; see Fyen. 
Furabush; see Feurabush. 
Furgeson Lane; narrow reach in Ohio 

river, near Saint Marys, Pleasants 

county, W. Va. (Not Furgeson's 

Lane.) 
Fur Seal; see Pribilof. 
Fusiyama; see Fujiyama. 
Fu-thien; see Hue. 
Fyen; Danish island, Baltic sea. (Not 

Fuhnen, Funen, nor Fyn.) 

G. 

Gabe Rock; mountain, precinct, and 

springs. Banner county, Nebr. (Not 

Gabes Rock nor Gate Rock. ) 
Gaffney ; town, Spartanburg county, S. C. 

(Not Gaffney City.) 
Gai-Dinh-Thanh; see Saigon. 
Gaines; township and village, Genesee 

county, Mich. (Not Gaines Station 

nor Gaines village.) 
Gaines Landing; post light and P. 0., 

Mississippi river, Chicot county. Ark. 

(Not Gaines' Landing.) 
Galankin; island and group of islets in 

Sitka harbor, Alaska. (Not Peschani 

nor Sandy.) 
Galatia; P. 0., township, and village, 

Saline county, 111. (Not Gallatia.) 
Galatz; city, Roumania. (Not Galacz 

nor Galatch.) 
Galbraith Springs; P. 0. in Hawkins 

county, Tenn. (Not Galbraith' s 

Springs.) 
Gales; ledge and point near Salem, 

Mass. (Not Gale's.) 
Galesville; P. 0. and village, Anne 

Arundel county, Md. (Not Galloways 

nor West River.) 
Gallatia; see Galatia. 
Gallatin; river in Gallatin county, 

Mf;nt. 
Gallatin; see West Gallatin. 
Galle; see Point de Galle. 



Galliher; point and post light, Skagit 

bay, Skagit county, Wash. (Not Gal- 

liher's.) 
Gallivans; see Ponce de Leon. 
Galloo; islands and lighthouse at east 

end of Lake Ontario, Jefferson county, 

N. Y. (Not Galloup.) 
Galloways; see Galesville. 
Galltovm; see Vanderpool. 
Ganargua; creek, Wayne county, N. Y. 

(Not Gnargwa nor Mud.) 
Gannet; rocks in Centerville harbor, 

south shore of Cape Cod, Mass. (Not 

Garnet nor Gurnet.) 
Gans; P. O. and R. R. station, Cherokee 

Nation, Ind. T. (Not Gann.) 
Gardafui; see Guardafui. 
Garden; city, Finney county, Kana. 

(Not Garden City.) 
Garden Plain; city, Sedgwick county, 

Kans. (Not Gardenplain.) 
Gardiners; bay, island, and point, east 

end of Long Island, Suffolk county, 

N. Y. (Not Gardner's.) 
Gardner's; see Gardiners. 
Gareloi; island, middle Aleutians, Alas- 
ka. (Not Burnt nor Gorely.) 
Garey; see Carey. 
Garfield; lake in Monterey, Berkshire 

coimty, Mass. (Not Brewer.) 
Gariep; seeVaal. 
Garnet; see Gannet. 
Garrisons; town, Putnam coimty, N. Y., 

opposite West Point. (Not Garri- 
son's.) 
Garvanza; P. 0. and R. R. station, Lo3 

Angeles county, Cal. (Not Garvanzo.) 
Gate; see Gabe. 
Gate; see Toll Gate. 
Gaurisankar; see Everest. 
Gavanski; group of islands in Sitka 

sound, Alaska. (Not Harbor.) 
Gedney; channel, entrance to Lower 

bay, N. Y. (Not Gedney's.) 
Gees; point, Hudson river. West Point, 

N.Y. (Not Gee's.) 
General; creek in Placer county, CaL 

(Not Sugar Pine.) 
Genoa; P. 0. and R. R. station, Wayne 

county, W. Va. (Not Genoah.) 
Gens de Large; see Chandlar. 
George; creek and township, Fayette 

county, Pa. (Not Georges.) 
George; see Saint George. 



Geo— Gle. 



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Georges; bank, ESE. of Cape Cod, Atlan- 
tic ocean; and shoal in same, latitude 
41° 40^ longitude 67° 45^ (Not Saint 
George's.) 

Georges; creek (branch of Potomac), 
Allegany county, Md. (Not George' s. ) 

Georges; islands, Muscongus bay, Lin- 
coln county. Me. (Not George's nor 
Saint George's.) 

Georges; rock, east of Sheffield island, 
Long Island sound, Fairfield county, 
Conn. (Not George's.) 

Georgeto-wn; P. 0. and township. Clay 
county, Minn. (Not George Town.) 

Georgetown, N. Y. ; see Taborton. 

Georgetown, Pa. ; see Dalmatia. 

Georgia; strait between Vancouver island 
and the mainland, British Columbia. 
(Not Gulf of Georgia.) 

Gerle; creek and settlement, Eldorado 
county, Cal. (Not Gurley.) 

German; township, Harrison county, 
Ohio. (Not Germano.) 

Germania; see Cologne. 

Germantovm; see Folsom. 

*Geuda; city, P. 0., and E. R. station, 
Sumner and Cowley counties, Kans. 
(Not East Geuda Springs.) 

Gharraniuel; see Carrantuchill. 

Ghats; two mountain chains in India. 
(Not Ghauts.) 

Gibbs ; point. North Landing river. Prin- 
cess Anne county, Va. (Not Gibb's.) 

Gibraltar; P. C, Union county, N. C. 
(Not Gibralter.) 

Gibraltar; P. 0., Wayne county, Mich. 
(Not Gibralter.) 

Gibraltar; village, Skagit coimty,Wash. 
(Not Gibralter.) 

Gibson; landing, Mississippi river, Con- 
cordia parish, La. (Not Gibson's.) 

Giesboro; point, Potomac river, D. C. 
(Not Giesborough.) 

Gilbert; chute, island, and landing, Mis- 
sissippi river, Marion county. Mo. (Not 
Gilbert's.) 

Gilbertsville ; P. 0., Blackhawk county, 
Iowa. (Not Gilbertville.) 

Gilchrist; wharf on north side of entrance 
to Thunder Bay river, Alpena county, 
Mich. (Not Gilchrist's.) 

Gildehouse; post village, Franklin coun- 
ty, Mo. (Not Gildehaus.) 

Gilette; see Gillette. 



Gilford; post light, Illinois river, Cal- 
houn county. 111. (Not Gilford's.) 

Gilkey; harbor. South Islesboro, Penob- 
scot bay. Me. (Not Gilkey' s.) 

Gillam; P. 0. and township, Jasper 
county, Ind. (Not Gilman.) 

Gillette; P. O. and R. R. station, Morris 
county, N. J. (Not Gilette.) 

Gillett Grove; P. 0. and township, Clay 
county, Iowa. (Not Gillett' s.) 

Gillford; township, Wabasha county, 
Minn. (Not Guilford.) 

Gilliam; landing, Mississippi river, Jef- 
ferson county. Miss. (Not Gilliam's.) 

Gillie; creek, Henrico county, Va. (Not 
Gilliss nor Gilleys.) 

Gillmore; creek and P. O., Wolfe county, 
Ky. (Not Gilmore.) 

Gilman; see Gillam. 

Gilmanton; P. O., township, and village, 
Buffalo coimty. Wis. (Not Gilman- 

• town.) 

Gilmore ; post village and R. R. station, 
Allegany county, Md. (Not Midland 
Junction nor Tannery.) 

Giltner; P. 0. and R. R. station, Hamil- 
ton county, Nebr. (Not Bromfield.) 

Girin; see Kirin. 

Gists; see Guess. 

Glacier; peak on rim of Crater lake, 
Oreg. (Not Shag nor Maxwell.) 

Glacier; see Johnson. 

Glacier Brook; see Snow. 

Gladstone ; P. 0. and village, Henderson 
coxinty, 111. (Not Gladston.) 

Glaize; see Grand Glaise. 

Glasscock; island and tow-head, Missis- 
sippi river, Adams county, Miss. (Not 
Glasscock's.) 

*Glastenbury; town, Bennington coun- 
ty, Vt. (Not Glastonbury.) 

Glastonbury; town, Hartford county, 
Conn. (Not Glastenbury.) 

Glaze; see Grand Glaise. 

Glazier; see Elk. 

Glen; see Center. 

Glendale; P. 0. and township, Scott 
county, Minn. (Not Glendule.) 

Glen Grouse ; city, Cowley county, Kans. 
(Not Glengrouse.) 

Glenmont; P. 0. and R. R. station, Beth- 
lehem, Albany county, N. Y. (Not The 
Abbey.) 



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Gle— Ijira. 



Glenn; rocks, Ohio river, near Martins- 
ville, Wetzel county, W. Va. (Not 
Glenn's Rocks.) 

Glenndale; P. 0. and R. R. station. 
Prince George county, Md. (Not Glenn 
Dale.) 

Glenpark; P. 0. and R. R. station. Lake 
county, Ind. (Not Kelley.) 

Glenview; P. 0. and R. R. station, Mor- 
ris county, N. J. (Not Whitehall nor 
Whitehall Station.) 

Gloubokoe; see Deep. 

Gloucester; harbor, Essex county, Mass. 
(Not Cape Ann.) 

Gnadenhutten; P.O. and village, Tusca- 
rawas county, Ohio. (NotGnaden'n.) 

Gnesen; township. Saint Louis county, 
Minn. (Not Guesen.) 

Goat; island in San Francisco bay, Cal. 
(Not Yerba Buena.) 

Gobi; desert, central Asia. (Not Gobi, 
Shamo, nor Shaho.) 

Goblin; see Hoodoo. 

Godavari; river in southern India. (Not 
Godavery.) 

Goflf; eastern point of entrance to Na- 
peague harbor, Long Island, Suffolk 
county, N. Y. (Not Goffs.) 

Goffe; see Hicks. 

Golding; post light, Mississippi river, 
near Bellevue, Jackson county, Iowa. 
(Not Golding' s.) 

Goldman; P.O., Mississippi river, Ten- 
sas parish. La. (Not Goldman's.) 

Goldsboro; two creeks and a spring, Tal- 
bot county, Md. (NotGoldsborough.) 

Gold Spring; see Cold Spring. 

Golofnin; bay and sound, off Norton 
sound, northwestern Alaska. (Not 
Golovin, Golofnine, etc.) 

Golts; P. 0. and R. R. station, Cecil coun- 
ty, Md. (Not Golt.) 

Goodbys; creek, Duval county, Fla. 
(Not Goodbys Lake, Goodsby's, nor 
Mosby.) 

Good Intent; P. 0., Atchison county, 
Kans. (Not Goodintent.) 

Goodnow; mountain, pond, and river, 
Essex county, N. Y. (Not Goodenow 
nor Goodwin.) 

Goodrich; pond near Pittsfield, Berk- 
shire county, Mass. (Not Sylvan.) 

Goodrich; post light, Mississippi river, 
East Carroll parish. La. (Not Good- 
rich's.) 



Goodwill; P. 0., Cumberland county, 

Tenn. (Not Johnson Stand.) 
Goodwin; see Goodnow. 
Goose; pond, Berkshire county, Mass. 

(Not Lake May.) 
Gooseberry Island; ledge, entrance to 

Burnt Coat harbor, Penobscot Bay, Me. 

(Not The Bull.) 
Gooselake; P. O. and village, Clinton 

county, Iowa. (Not Goose Town.) 
Goose Pond; brook, Berkshire county, 

Mass. (Not Chanter's nor Chaucer's.) 
Gooski; lake or prairie, Marion county, 

Fla. (Not Gooskee, Gooskie, nor 

Goosky.) 
Gordon; ferry, landing, and post light, 

Mississippi river, Jackson county, Iowa. 

(Not Gordon's.) 
Note. — The P.O. here is Gordons Ferry. 
Gorely; see Gareloi. 
Goreville; P. 0. and township, Johnson 

county. 111. (Not Goresville.) 
Goshen; town, Rockbridge county, Va. 
Note. — The name of the P. O. in this town is 

Goshen Bridge. 
Gothard; see Saint Gotthard. 
Gottenborg; city in southern Sweden. 

(Not Gothenburg nor Gottenburg. ) 
Governors; island. New York harbor. 

(Not Governor's.) 
Gracias a Dios; cape, easternmost point 

of ''^Ticaragua, Central America. (Not 

Gracias-a-Dios nor Gracias.) 
Grafton; see Grayton. 
Grampian Hills; a mountain range in 

central Scotland. (Not Grampians.) 
Grand; lake, Aroostook county, Me. 

(Not Schoodic.) 
Grand; see Neosho. 
Grande Pointe au Sable; see Big Sable. 
*Grandglaise; P. 0. and village, Jackson 

county, Ark. (Not Glaize nor Glaze.) 
Grand Gosier; see Errol. 
Grandview; P. 0. and township, Edgar 

county. 111. (Not Grand View.) 
Grandvie'w; P. 0. and township, Louisa 

county, Iowa. (Not Grand View.) 
Grandview; P. 0. and township, Wash- 
ington county, Ohio. (Not Grand 

View.) 
Grandview; P. O. and village, Spencer 

county, Ind. (Not Grand View.) 
Grange; P. 0. and village, Fleming comi- 
ty, Ky. (Not Grange City.) 
Granite; mountain, San Bernardino 

county, Cal. (Not Pilot Knob.) 



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Granny Run; post light, Ohio river, 
Meiga county, Ohio. (Not Granny's 
Eun.) 

Grant Farm; island, Indian river, near 
Micco, Brevard county, Fla. (Not 
Grant's Farm.) 

Grantsville; P. O., Tooele county, Utah. 
(Not Grantville nor Grantsville City.) 

Grassy; point, Saint Johns river. South 
Jacksonville, Duval county, Fla. (Not 
Heddrick nor Hendricks. ) 

Grassy; see Hendricks. 

Gratz; capital city of Styria, Austria. 
(Not Graetz nor Graz.) 

Grave; see Grove. 

Graves; see The Graves. 

Graves Ledge; see The Graves. 

Graveyard; see Kingsland. 

Gray; peak in Yosemite National Park, 
Cal. (Not Hayes.) 

Graymont; village in Erie county, N. Y. 
(Not Ebenezer Station.) 

Grays; post light, Mississippi river, Scott 
county, Mo. (Not Gray's nor Laci'oix.) 

Grays; reef, north end of Lake Michi- 
gan, Mich. (Not Gray's.) 

Graysburg; see Milburnton. 

Gray ton; P. O., Charles county, Md. 
(Not Grafton.) 

Great; point, Nantucket island, Mass. 
(Not Sandy.) 

Great; see Sebascodegan. 

Great Back Bone; see Backbone. 

Great Bend; city. Barton county, Kans. 
(Not Greatbend.) 

Great Captain; island, Long Island 
sound, Fairfield county. Conn. (Not 
Great Captain's.) 

Great Desert; see Sahara. 

Great Diamond; island, Portland har- 
bor, Me. (Not Great Hog.) 

Great Dome; see Balloon Dome. 

Great Egg*; bay, inlet, and river, Atlan- 
tic county, N. J. (Not Great Egg 
Harbor.) 

Great Egg Harbor; river, Camden and 
Gloucester counties, N. J. (Not Ins- 
keep Branch.) 

Great Hog; see Great Diamond. 

Great Hogback; mountain, Jackson 
and Transylvania counties, N. C. (Not 
Toxaway.) 

Great Hog Neck; a part of Southold, 
Suffolk county, N. Y. 



Great Kanawha; see Kanawha. 

Great Marsh; see Broad Marsh. 

Great Meadows; see Danville. 

Great Neck; peninsula, north end of 

Buzzards bay, Mass. (Not Sippican 

Neck.) 
Gh-eat Peedee; see Pedee. 
Great Sitkin; island, west of Atka is- 
land, middle Aleutians, Alaska. (Not 

Great Sitchin, etc.) 
Great Tisbury; see Tisbury Great. 
Girat West; see Shinnecock. 
Great Wicomico; river, Northumber- 
land county, Va. (Not Wicomico.) 
Great Wicomico; see Wicomico. 
Greheni; cape on Vaigach island, near 

Nova Zembla, Arctic ocean. (Not 

Greben.) 
Greble; P. 0., Lebanon county. Pa. 

(Not Greenville.) 
Green; mountains in Vermont. (Not 

Green Mountain range. ) 
Green; pond, Warren county, N. J. (Not 

Green's.) 
Green; township, Grant county, Ind. 

(Not Greene.) 
Green; township, Hancock county, Ind. 

(Not Greene.) 
Green; township, Madison county, Ind. 

(Not Greene.) 
Green; township, Marshall county, Ind. 

(Not Greene.) 
Green; township. Noble county, Ind. 

(Not Greene.) 
Green; township, Randolph county, Ind. 

(Not Greene.) 
Green; township, Harrison county, Ohio. 

(Not Greene.) 
Green; township, Wayne county, Ohio 

(Not Greene.) 
Green; township, Indiana county, Pa 

(Not Greene.) 
Greenbank; P. 0., Pocahontas county 

W. Va. (Not Green Bank.) 
GreenBay ; county seat of Brown county. 

Wis. (Not Greenbay.) 
Greenlaury; light and point, Severn 

river, near Annapolis, Anne Arundel 

county, Md. (Not Greenbury's.) 
Greencastle; borough and P. O., Frank- 
lin county, Pa. (Not Green Castle) . 
Greencastle; city, P. O., and township, 

Putnam county, Ind. (Not Green- 

castel.) 



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Ore -Gui. 



Greencastle; P. 0. and village, Fairfield 
county, Ohio. (Not Green Castle.) 

Greencastle; P. 0. and village, Sullivan 
county, Mo. (Not Green Castle.) 

Greene; P. 0. and K. R. station, Jef- 
ferson county, Ala. (Not Green's.) 

Greene; P. O. and township, Jay county, 
Ind. (Not Green.) 

Greene; township, Clinton county, Pa. 
(Not Green.) 

Greene; township, Wayne county, Ind. 
(Not Green.) 

Greeneville; county seat of Greene coun- 
ty, Tenn. (Not Greenville.) 

Greenhill; P. O., Lauderdale county, 
Ala. (Not Green Hill.) 

Greenlane; borough and P. O., Mont- 
gomery cotmty. Pa. (Not Green Lane.) 

Greenleaf ; point, District of Columbia. 
(Not Greenleaf s nor Arsenal.) 

Greenhorn; see Wet. 

Green River; P. 0., King county, Wash. 
(Not Greenriver.) 

Greens; cove, Hudson river, Westchester 
county, N. Y. (Not Green's.) 

Greens; ledge off Sheffield island, Nor- 
walk harbor, Conn. (Not Green's.) 

Greensfork; township, Eandolph coun- 
ty, Ind. (Not Greens Fork.) 

Greens Store; post light, Mississippi 
river, Concordia parish, La. (Not 
Green Store.) 

Greenvale; township, Dakota county, 
Minn. (Not Green Vale.) 

Greenville; county seat and P. O., Meri- 
wether county, Ga. (Not Greeneville. ) 

Greenville, N. J. ; see Marcella. 

Greenville, Pa. ; see Greble. 

Greenwich; bay, branch of Narragan- 
sett bay, Kent county, R. I. (Not 
Coweset.) 

Greenwood; township, Taylor county. 
Wis. (Not Green Wood.) 

Greer; P. 0. and village, Greenville 
county, S. C. (Not Greer's Depot.) 

Gregory; see Arago. 

Greig; cape on north shore of Alaska 
peninsula, Alaska. (Not Grey nor 
Creigh.) 

Crrey; see Greig. 

Greytovm; see San Juan del Norte. 

Grey Town; see San Juan del Norte. 

Grijota; see Tabasco. 

Grimesville; see Oxon. 



Grimms Lianding; P. O. and E. R. sta- 
tion, Kanawha river, Mason county, 
W. Va. (Not Grim.) 

Grindel; point. South Islesboro, Penob- 
scot bay, Me. (Not Grindel' s.) 

Grosse; point on Canadian shore near 
outlet of Lake Suijerior. (Not GroH.se- 
point.) 

Grossepoint; P. 0., township, and vil- 
lage, Wayne county, Mich. (Not Grosse 
Point.) 

Grove ; neck between Sassafras river and 
Pond creek, Cecil county, Md. (Not 
Rich.) 

Grove ; township, Stearns county, Minn. 
(Not Grave.) 

Grover^s; see Baggers. 

Grubb Towhead; post light, Tennessee 
river, Marshall county, Tenn. (Not 
Grubb's Towhead.) 

Guadalajara; city in Mexico; also city 
and province in Spain. (Not Guada- 
laxara.) 

Guadalajara; see Jalisco. 

Guadalupe; county, N. Mex. (Not 
Guadaloupe.) 

Guadalupe; lagoon, land grant, P. 0., 
R. R. station, and river in California. 
(Not Gaudalupe, Guadaloupe, nor 
Guadelupe.) 

Guadalupe; river, San Antonio bay, 
Tex. (Not Guadeloupe.) 

Guadalupe; see Shelikof. 

Guadeloupe; island and French colony, 
West Indies. (Not Guadalupe.) 

Guainia; see Rio Negro. 

Guajatoyan; creeks, Las Animas county, 
Colo. (Not GuayatoUa nor Waha- 
toya.) 

Gualala; river and town, Mendocino 
county, Cal. (Not Wallholla.) 

Guanajuato; city and state in Mexico. 
(Not Guanaxuato.) 

Guardafui; cape, easternmost point of 
Africa. (Not Gardafui.) 

Guatemala; capital city and state, Cen- 
tral America. (Not Guatimala.) 

Guaxaca; see Oaxaca. 

Guaymas; seaport town. Gulf of Cali- 
fornia, Mexico. (Not Guayamas.) 

Guesen; see Gnesen. 

Guess; creek in Sevier county, Tenn. 
(Not Cross nor Gists.) 

Gtiild; lake, Multnomah county, Oreg. 
(Not Guilds.) 



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Giiilder; brook and pond, Berkshire 
county, Mass. (Not Undine.) 

Guile; see Gull. 

Guilford; township, Hendricks county, 
Ind. (Not Garfield.) 

Guilford; see Gillford. 

Gulf of Georgia; see Georgia. 

Gull; brook, Cattaraugus county, N. Y. 
(Not Guile.) 

Gull; islands near Isle Eoyal, Lake 
Superior. (Not Chapeau.) 

Gunter's; see Big Spring. 

Gurley; see Gerle. 

Gurley's Bridge; see Allenbridge. 

Gurnet; point and rock, Plymouth har- 
bor, Mass. 

Gurnet; see Gannet. 

Guttenberg; P. 0. and town, Hudson 
county, N. J. (Not Guttenburg.) 

Guyandot; mountain, P. O., river, and 
village, W. Va. (Not Guyandotte.) 

H. 

Habana; principal city of Cuba. (Not 
Havana.) 

Hacker; bend, Mississippi river, Alex- 
der county. 111. (Not Hacker's.) 

Hackett; point, Annapolis Roads, Anne 
Arundel county, Md. (Not Hackett' s. ) 

Hagan; post light, Missouri river, Cole 
county. Mo. (Not Hagan's.) 

Hagemeister; island, Bristol bay, Alas- 
ka. (Not Hggeiimeister.) 

Haidarabad; capital city and state, In- 
dia. (Not Haiderabad nor Hyderabad.) 

Haiti, island. West Indies. 

Note.— Haiti was the native name of the 
island when Columbus landed, on December 6, 
1492, and called it Espagnola, which was lat- 
inized into Hispaniola. The French colony 
which gained control of a part of the island 
was called Saint Domingue, and in 1795, when 
France acquired title to the entire island by 
treaty with Spain, it was called Saint Domin- 
gue; but when the French were driven out 
and independence declared, in 1804, the aborig- 
inal name Haiti was revived by the negroes. 
Shortly after this the Spaniards reestablished 
themselves in the eastern part of the island, 
retaining the French name modified to Santo 
Domingo, but in 1821 lost control, and from 1822 
to 1843 the whole island was under one govern- 
ment as the Republic of Haiti. In 1844 the 
eastern portion of the island again asserted its 
independence of Haiti and established the 
Dominican Republic, which remains to the 
present day. 

Thus to-day the island of Haiti, which seems 
to be the proper name, consists of two coun- 
tries, Haiti on the west end and Santo Domingo 
on the east end. £,. C. 



Haiti; republic of, West Indies. (Not 
Hayti.) 

Hakodate ; seaport of Japan. (Not Ha- 
kodadi.) 

Halcomh; see Holcomb. 

Hale; passage, Washington sound. Wash. 
(Not Hale's.) 

Hale; point, Mississippi river, Lauderdale 
county, Tenn. (Not Hale's Point.) 

Halfmoon; lighthouse and shoal, Gal- 
veston bay, Tex. (Not Half Moon.) 

Halfmoon; township, Center county, 
Pa. (Not Half Moon.) 

Halfmoon; townsliip and village, Sara- 
toga county, N. Y. (Not Half Moon.) 

Halibut; see Sannak. 

Halkett; cape on north coast of Alaska. 
(Not Halket.) 

Hall; P. 0., Prince George county, Md. 
(Not Halls.) 

Hallets; point, East river, N. Y. (Not 
Hallet, Hoick, nor Hollets.) 

Hallocks; see Paradise. 

HalVs Station; see Beach Ridge. 

Halton; see Holton. 

Ham; see Blake. 

* Hampden; P. 0. and township, Geauga 
county, Ohio. (Not Hambden.) 

Hamblen; township. Brown county, 
Ind. (Not Hamblin.) 

Hambleton; island in Broad creek, Tal- 
bot county, Md. (Not Willy.) 

Hamburg; P. 0., west bank of Tennes- 
see river, Hardin county, Tenn. (Not 
Hamburgh Landing.) 

Hamden; P. 0. and village, Vinton coun- 
ty, Oliio. (Not Hamden Junction.) 

Hamun; morass or lake, chiefly in east- 
ern Persia. (Not Hamoon.) 

Hanby Mill; hamlet, Blount county, 
Ala. (Not Hanby 's Mill nor Hanbya 
Mill.) 

Hancock; see Disappointment. 

Hankau; city, China. (Not Han Keoo, 
Han-Keoo, Han-Keou, nor Hankow.) 

Hanna; island and reef, Galveston bay, 
Tex. (Not Hannah's.) 

Hannacrois; creek, near Coxsackie, 
Greene county, N. Y. (Not Henner- 
croix, etc.) 

Hanoverton; P. 0. and village, Colum- 
biana county, Ohio. (Not Hanover.) 

Hansen; see Henson. 

Han Yang; see Seoul. 

Haper's; see Harper. 



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Har — Hay. 



Harbert; landing and point, Mississippi 
river, Tunica county, Miss. (Not Har- 
bert' s.) 

Harbor; see Gavanski. 

Harborcreek; P. 0. and township, Erie 
county, Pa. (Not Harbour Creek.) 

Harden; lake and ranch, Tuolumne 
county, Cal. (Not Hardin, Hardins, 
Hardin's, nor Rardin.) 

Hardenburg-; P. 0. and township, Ulster 
county, N. Y. (Not Hardenbergh.) 

Hardesty; P. O. and village, Prince 
George county, Md. (Not Queen Anne. ) 

Hardin; point, Mississippi river, Lee 
county. Ark. (Not Hardin's.) 

Hardin; see Haxall. 

Harding; beach, Nantucket sound, Chat- 
ham, Barnstable county, Mass. (Not 
Harding's.) 

Harding; ledge off Point Allerton, Bos- 
ton harbor, Mass. (Not Harding's.) 

Hardins; bluff, east side James river, 
Charles City county, Va. (Not 
Hardy's.) 

Hardware; P. 0. and E. R. station, Flu- 
vanna county, Va. (Not Vallena.) 

Hardyston; township, Sussex county, 
N.J. (Not Hardiston.) 

Harewood; R. E. station, Baltimore 
county, Md. (Not Harewood Park.) 

Harford; P. 0. and township, Susque- 
hanna county, Pa. (Not Hartford.) 

Harkleroad; landing, Mississippi river, 
near Fritz, Crittenden county, Ark. 
(Not Harkleroad's.) 

Harlow; island, Mississippi river, Mon- 
roe county. 111. (Not Harlow's.) 

Harman Marsh; pond ia Sheffield, 
Berkshire county, Mass. (Not Har- 
mon.) 

Haro; strait between Washington and 
Vancouver island. (Not Canal de 
Haro.) 

Harper; landing, Illinois river, Calhoun 
county. 111. (Not Haper's.) 

Harpers Ferry; town, Jefferson county, 
W. Va. (Not Harper's Ferry.) 

Harperville; P. O. and village, Scott 
county. Miss. (Not Harpersville.) 

Harrington^ s; see Herrington. 

Harris; post light, Mississippi river, Ful- 
ton county, Ky. (Not Harris'.) 

Harrisburg; capital of Pennsylvania. 
(Not Harrisburgh.) 



Harrison; P. 0. and town, Tallahatchie 
county, Miss. (Not Harrison Station.) 

Harrisonville; see Bassett. 

Harrisville; see Jenkins. 

Hart; island, Chesapeake bay, Baltimore 
county, Md. (Not Hart's.) 

Hartford; P. 0. and village. Mason coun- 
ty, W. Va. (Not Hartford City.) 

Hartford; see Harford. 

Hartsgrovo ; P. 0. and township, Ashta- 
bula county, Ohio. (Not Harts Grove.) 

Hartshorn; see Cordeal. 

Hartsook; township, Ellis county, Kans. 
(Not Herzog.) 

Harvey; lake, Luzerne county, Pa. (Not 
Harvey's.) 

Harwood; see Butlers. 

Hasenclever; hill, Herkimer county, 
N. Y. (Not Hassencleaver.) 

Haskell; creek, Cattaraugus county, 
N. Y. (Not Haskel nor Haskill.) 

Haskell Flats; P. 0., Cattaraugus 
county, N. Y. (Not Haskel Flats.) 

Hatch; point, Perkins island, Kennebec 
river, near Richmond, Sagadahoc coun- 
ty. Me. (Not Hatche.) 

Hatch; see Thatch. 

Hatchee; river in western Tennessee, 
tributary to the Mississippi. (Not Big 
Hatchie.) 

Hatcher; P. 0., Cumberland county, Va. 
(Not Willis.) 

Hatchett; reef, east of mouth of Con- 
necticut river. Long Island sound. (Not 
Hatchett' s.) 

Hatsett; rock, Edgartown harbor, Mar- 
thas Vineyard, Mass. 

Havana; see Habana. 

Hawaiian; group of islands, North Pa- 
cific ocean. (Not Sandwich.) 

Haway; meadows, Inyo county, Cal. 
(Not Hawai.) 

Hawkeye; P. 0., Fayette county, Iowa. 
(Not Hawk Eye.) 

Hawkins; point, Patapsco river, Anne 
Arundel county, Md. (NotHawkin's.) 

Haxall; landing, James river, Charles 
City county, Va. (Not Hardin, etc.) 

Hay; landing, Mississippi river, Issa- 
quena county. Miss. (Not Hays.) 

Hay den; P.O. and E. R. station. Queen 
Anne county, Md. (Not Ashland.) 

Hayes; see Gray. 

Hayley; see Mount Haley. 



Hay — Her. 



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Haynersville; P. 0. in Brunswick, 

Eensselaer county, N. Y. (Not Hay- 

nerville.) 
Hays; township, York county, Nebr. 

(Not Hayes.) 
Hayti; see Haiti. 
Hayward; P. O. and township, Freeborn 

county, Minn. (Not Haward.) 
Hayward; strait between Salisbury and 

Sitka sounds, Alaska. (Not Dry, Souk- 
' hoi, nor Soukoi.) 

* Hazel; township, Luzerne county, Pa. 

(Not Hazle.) 
Hazel Dell; township, Pottawattamie 

county, Iowa. (Not Hazle Dell.) 
Hazel Green; creek, Tuolumne county, 

Cal. (Not Big.) 

* Hazel Green; P. 0. and township, 

Delaware county, Iowa. (Not Hazle 
Green.) 

Hazelpatcli; creek, P. O., and E. R. sta- 
tion. Laurel county, Ky. (Not Hazle 
Patch nor Hazle-patch.) 

*Hazelton; P. O. and township, Bu- 
chanan county, Iowa. (NotHazleton.) 

*Hazelton; city, P. 0., and township. 
Barber county, Kans. (Not Hazleton.) 

*Hazelv?'Ood; P. 0., Hamilton county, 
Ohio. (Not Hazlewood.) 

Head of Passes; lighthouse, delta of 
the Mississippi river, La. (Not Head 
of the Passes. ) 

Head of Tranquility; see Little Hauken. 

Hecha Wapka; see Owl. 

Heckman; island, Missouri river, Mo. 
(Not Heckman' s.) 

Hedges; P. 0., R. R. junction and sta- 
tion, Clark county, Ky. (Not Fairlie, 
K. U. Junction, nor L. E. Junction.) 

Height of Land; mountain, Warren 
county, N. Y. (Not Hight of Land.) 

Hekla; volcano, Iceland. (Not Hecla.) 

Helderberg; P. 0., Albany county, N. Y. 
(Not Helderburg.) 

Helgoland; island in the North sea. 
(Not Heligoland.) 

Helio; see Watchman. 

Hell Gate ; channel in Hudson river, op- 
posite Coeymans, between Upper and 
Lower Schodack islands. (Not Halle- 
gate nor Schodack.) 

Hell Gate; narrow passage in East river, 
N. Y. 



Hells Half Acre; Niagara river. N.Y. 
(Not Hell's Half Acre.) 

Helms; see William. 

Helvetic Confederation; see Switzerland. 

Henderson; bay. Lake Ontario, Jeffer- 
son county, N. Y. (Not Henderson's) 

Henderson; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Arapahoe county, Colo. (Not Island 
Station.) 

Henderson' s; see Home. 

Hendley; P. 0. and R. R. station, Fur- 
nas county, Nebr. (Not Hendly.) 

Hendricks; head and light, Sheepscot 
river, Lincoln county, Me. (Not 
Hendrick's.) 

Hendricks ; point, opposite Jacksonville, 
Saint Johns river, Fla. (Not Grassy.) 

Hendrich's; see Kendrick. 

Hennercroix; see Hannacrois. 

Henness; ranch, Mariposa county, Cal. 
(Not Hennessy, Hennessy's, Ward's, 
nor Wilsons.) 

Henrici Landing; post light on Sauvie 
island, Columbia river, 3 miles above 
Saint Helens, Oreg. (Not Henrici' s.) 

Henry; point on Neebish island, Saint 
Mary river, Mich. (Not Winter.) 

Henson; P. O. and creek, Hinsdale coun- 
ty, Colo. (Not Hansen, Hanson, Hen- 
sen, nor Honsen.) 

Henton's; see Folsom. 

Herat; city, Afghanistan. (NotHerath, 
Heraut, nor Heri.) 

Herington; city and P. 0., Dickinson 
county, Kans. (Not Herrington. ) 

Herod; point on north shore of Long 
Island, Suffolk county, N. Y. (Not 
Herod's.) 

Herriman; village, Salt Lake coxmty, 
Utah. (NotHeriman.) 

Herring; see Edgartown Great. 

Herring Gut; see Port Clyde. 

Herrington; run, Garrett county, Md. 
(Not Harrington's.) 

Herschel; island, north coast of Alaska. 
(Not Hershell.) 

Hershey Chute; post light, Mississippi 
river, near Fairport, Muscatine county, 
Iowa. (Not Hershey's.) 

Herson; island, Saint Clair river, Mich. 
(Not Herson' s.) 

Herzegovina; province of Austria. (Not 
Hersek, Hertsek, nor Herzegowina.) 



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Her— Hog. 



Herzog; see Hartsook. 

Hesperus; mountain between La Plata 
and Montezuma counties, southwestern 
Colorado. (Not Hesperis.) 

Hetch. Hetcliy; valley, Tuolumne coun- 
ty, Cal. (Not Hetch-Hetchy, nor Hetch 
Hetchey.) 

Hewes; point and ledge, Islesboro har- 
bor, Penobscot bay, Me. (Not 
Hughes.) 

Hewlett; P.O. and E,. K. station, Han- 
over county, Va. (Not Hewlett's nor 
Howlett's.) 

Hewlett; the western point of entrance 
to Manhasset bay, Queens county, Long 
Island, N. Y. (Not Hewlett's.) 

Hiaqui; see Yaqui. 

Hiawassee; see Hiwassee. 

Hickman; landing, Mississippi river, 
Mississippi county, Ark. (Not Hick- 
man's.) 

Hicks; island at entrance to Napeague 
harbor, Long Island, N. Y. (Not Goff e. ) 

Higgon; cape, Marthas Vineyard, Mass. 
(Not Kiphiggon nor Tilton's.) 

Highlands; E. R. station, San Bernar- 
dino county, Cal. (Not Highland.) 

Higlit of Land; see Height of Land. 

Hightower; see Etowah. 

Hilham; P. 0., Overton county, Tenn. 
(Not Hillham.) 

Hill; city, Graham county, Kans. (Not 
Hill City.) 

Hilland; see Holland. 

Hillerman; floating light and rock, Ohio 
river, Massac county. 111. (Not Hiller- 
man' s.) 

Hillery; P. O. and R. R. station, "Ver- 
milion county. 111. (Not Hillary nor 
Hilliary.) 

Hilliard; P. O., R. R. station and village, 
Franklin county, Ohio. (Not Hilliards. ) 

Hills; point. Sturgeon bay. Door coun- 
ty, AVis. (Not Hill's.) 

*Hillsgrove; P. O. and township, Sul- 
livan county. Pa. (Not Hills Grove.) 

Himalaya; mountains, northern India. 
(Not Himmaleh.) 

Hinchinbrook; cape and island, Prince 
William sound, Alaska. (Not Hinch- 
ingbroke.) 

Hinckley; bend, Missouri river, Frank- 
lin county, Mo. (Not Hinckley's nor 
Hinkle.) 



Hinckley; lake in Wilmurt, Herkimer 

county, N. Y. (Not Butler.) 
Hinckley Point; spit. Saint Lawrence 

river, N. Y. (Not Hinckley's Point.) 
Hindu Kush; mountains, central Asia. 

(Not Hindoo-Coosh, Plindoo Koosh, 

Hindoo-Koosh, nor Hindo-Kush.) 
Hinkle; P.O., Upshur county, W. Va. 

(Not liinkleville nor Hinkles Mills.) 
HinJde; see Hinckley. 
Hinyan Kaga; see Owl. 
Hitchcock; landing, Ohio river, Scioto 

county, Ohio. (Not Hitchcock's.) 
Hiwassee ; county seat of Towns county, 

Ga. (Not Hiawassee.) 
Hiwassee; island, river, etc., in eastern 

Tennessee. (Not Hiawassee.) 
Hiwassee; village in Cherokee county, 

N. C. (Not Hiawassee.) 
H'Lassa; see Lassa. 
Hoangho; river, China. (Not Hoang 

Ho, Hoang-Ho, Hwangho, Hwang-Ho, 

nor Hwang-ho.) 
Hobokenville; see Lenox. 
Hobomoc; pond in Plymouth county, 

Mass. (Not Hobomack, etc.) 
Hocomonco; pond in Worcester county, 

Mass. (Not Hobomoco.) 
Hodgdon; ranch, Yosemite National 

Park, CaJ. (Not Hodgeson nor Hodg- 

dons.) 
Hodges; rock in Centerville harbor, 

Mass. (Not Hodge.) 
HoflEler; creek, Nansemond and Norfolk 

counties, Va. (Not Bullock nor Hof- 

lar's.) 
Hoffman; landing, Columbia river, near 

Kalama, Cowlitz county, Wash. (Not 

Hoffman's.) 
Hoffman, Ala. ; see Huffman. 
Hoffman, Cal. ; see Snow. 
Hoffmann; peak in Sierra Nevada 

mountains, Mariposa county, Cal. (Not 

Hoffman.) 
Hog; point at mouth of Patusent river. 

Saint Mary comity, Md. (Not Hog 

Island.) 
Hog; see Appledore. 
Hog, Conn. ; see South Branch. 
Hog, N. Y. ; see Center. 
Hogan's Dome; see Wamelo Rock. 
Hog Neck; see North Haven. 
Hog Point; post light, Ohio river, Perry- 
county, Ind. (Not Hog's) 



Hog — How. 



126 



Hog- Run; post light, Ohio river, Mar- 
shall county, W. Va. (Not Hog's.) 

Hoh; river and head, Jefferson county, 
Wash. (Not Hooch.) 

Hoko; falls and river, Clallam county, 
Wash. (Not Okho.) 

Hokuchatna; river; branch of Koyukuk 
river, northwestern Alaska. (Not Ho- 
gat-za-ka-kat, etc.) 

Holbrook; ledge, Linekin bay, Lincoln 
county. Me. (Not Holland's.) 

Hoick; see Hallets. 

Holcomb; P. 0. and island, Dunklin 
county, Mo. (Not Halcomb.) 

Holder; see Quebec. 

Holdreg'e ; county seat of Phelps county, 
Nebr. (Not Holdredge.) 

Hole in the "Wall; a hole in the rock 
on the east side of Great Abaco island, 
Bahamas. (Not Hole in the Kock nor 
Hole in Wall.) 

■Holland; township, Kandiyohi county, 
Mmn. (Not Hilland.) 

Holland; see Netherlands. 

Holland Island; bar and P. 0., Chesa- 
peake bay, Dorchester county, Md. 
(Not Holland's island.) 

Holland's; see Holbrook. 

Holland Station; see Kincaid. 

Hollets; see Hallets. 

Holmes; post village and R. R. station, 
Dutchess county, N. Y. (Not Eey- 
noldsville nor Reynoldsville Station.) 

Holt Bar; post light, Ohio river, 3 miles 
below Rome, Perry county, Ind. (Not 
Holt's Bar.) 

Holton; township, Marathon county. 
Wis. (Not Halton.) 

Home; P. 0. and R. R. station, Greene 
county, Tenn. (Not Afton, Henderson, 
nor Henderson's.) 

Honeybrook; P. 0., township, and vil- 
lage, Chester coimty, Pa. (Not Honey 
Brook.) 

Honeycomb; creek, Marshall county, 
Ala. (Not Honey.) 

Hongkong; city and island, China. 
(Not Hong-Kong.) 

Hooch; see Hoh. 

Hoochinoo; see Kootznahoo. 

Hood; bay on west coast of Admiralty 
island, Alexander archipelago, south- 
eastern Alaska. (Not Hootz.) 



Washington. 



(Not 



Hood; canal, 

Hood's.) 

Hoodoo; basin, creek, and peak in Yel- 
lowstone Park Timberland reserve, 
Wyo. (Not Goblin.) 

Hooper; island and strait, Chesapeake 
bay, Dorchester county, Md. (Not 
Hooper's.) 

Hoosic; river in Massachusetts, New 
York, and Vermont; tributary to the 
Hudson. (Not Hoosac, Hoosack, nor 
Hoosick.) 

Hootalinqua; see Teslin. 

Hoover Field; post light, Illinois river, 
Pike coimty, 111. (Not Hoover's.) 

Hopewell; see Spencers Wharf, 

Hopkins; see Berlin. 

Hoquiam; river, tributary to Grays har- 
bor. Wash. (Not Hoquiamts.) 

Hornblower; point, Albemarle sound, 4 
miles from Edenton, Chowan county, 
N. C. (Not Horniblow's.) 

Horse; see Lieutenant. 

Horse Island; creek, Phillips island, 
Beaufort county, S. C. (Not Moss.) 

Horse Neck; see Field. 

Horseshoe; range lights at mouth of 
Schuylkill river, Philadelphia county. 
Pa. (Not Horse Shoe.) 

Horseshoe ; shoal, Chesapeake bay, near 
Hampton Roads, Va. (Not Horse 
Shoe.) 

Horton; lighthouse, neck, and point, 
nearWestport, Middlesex coimty. Conn. 
(Not Horton' s.) 

Hotaling; island in Hudson river, Co- 
lumbia county, N. Y. (Not Hough- 
taling.) 

Hounsfield; township in Jefferson coun- 
ty, N. Y. (Not East Houndsfield.) 

Housatonic; river and village in Con- 
necticut and Massachusetts. (Not Hoo- 
satonic nor Ousatonic.) 

House Springs; P. O. , Jefferson county, 
Mo. (Not House's Spring.) 

Houtenville; see Colonia. 

How; township, Oconto county. Wis. 
(Not Howe.) 

Howard; bend, Missouri river, Saint 
Louis county. Mo. ; also post light, Mis- 
sissippi river, near Canton, Lewis coun- 
ty. Mo. (Not Howard's.) 



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How— Hi. 



*Howard Lake; P. 0., Tt. E. station, and 
village, Wright county, Minn. (Not 
Howard.) 

Howell; cove, Delaware river, about 1 
mile southeast of League island, Glou- 
cester county, N. J. (Not Howell's.) 

Hov7ell; island, Missouri river. Saint 
Louis county, Mo. (Not Howell's.) 

Howkan; narrows, reef, strait, and vil- 
lage, Dall island, southeastern Alaska. 
(Not Jackson.) 

Hovp-let; hill, Onondaga county, N. Y. 
(Not Howlett nor Howlit.) 

Howlet Hill; P. O., Onondaga county, 
N. Y. (Not Howlett Hill nor Howlit 
Hill.) 

Howletfs; see Hewlett. 

Hoyt; peak in Yellowstone National 
Park. (Not Outlook.) 

Hoytsville; P. 0. and village. Wood 
county, Ohio. (Not Hoytville.) 

Hualpai; Indian reservation, mountain, 
and R. R. station, Coconino and Mo- 
have counties, Ariz. (Not Hualapai 
nor Huaipai.) 

Huaqui; see Yaqui. 

Hubbs; landing, Ohio river, Marshall 
county, W. Va. (Not Hubbs'.) 

Huckleberry; island, Longlsland 
sound, Westchester county, N. Y. 
(Not Whortleberry.) 

Hudson; bay in Canada and river in 
New York. (Not Hudson's.) 

Hudson; see Little Choptank. 

Hue; capital city and river' in Anam, 
Cochin China. (Not Fu-thien Fu- 
thuan, Hue-Fo, Hue-fo, Hue-fu, nor 
Thua-Thien.) 

Huerhuero; creek and land grant, San 
Luis Obispo county, Cal. (Not Huer- 
HuerOjHuer Huero, nor Huero Huero.) 

Huerta de Romauldo; land grant, San 
Luis Obispo county, Cal. (Not Huerta 
de Romualdo.) 

HufiEinan; P. O., Jefferson county, Ala. 
(Not Hoffman.) 

Hughes; see Brighton. 

Hughes; see Hewes. 

Hughes Bar; post light, Ohio river, 10 
miles below Louisville, Ky. (Not 
Hughes'.) 

Hulberton; P. 0. and village, Orleans 
county, N. Y. (Not Hulburton.) 



Hulitna; see Chulitna. 

Humboldt; P, O., township, and village, 

Coles county, 111. (Not Humbolt.) 
Humphrey's Pond; see Forest. 
Humptulips; P. O. and river, Chehalia 

county. Wash. (Not Humptolups, 

Um-ta-lah, Hum-tu-lups, etc.) 
Hunt; ledge, Boston harbor, Mass. 

(Not Hunt's.) 
Hunters; point. East river, N. Y. (Not 

Hunter's.) 
Huntley; P. 0. and village, McHenry 

county, 111. (Not Huntley Grove.) 
Huntsville; village, Randolph county, 

Ind. (Not Untsville.) 
Hurac; see TJrga. 
Hurd; R. R. station, Morris county, N. J. 

(Not Hurdtown.) 
Hurd; see Weldon. 
Hurst; creek, Dorchester county, Md. 

(Not Ferry.) 
Hussey Rock; see The Hussey. 
Hwang-Ho; see Hoangho. 
Hyabary; see Yavari. 
Hyapura; see Yapura. 
Hyderabad; see Haidarabad. 



lamonia; lake, P. O., and town, Leon 

county, Fla. (Not Jamony, etc.) 
Tasi; see Jassy. 
Tbisa; see Iviza. 
Ibraila; see Brail a. 
Iceberg; point, Lopez island, Wash. 

(Not Jennis.) 
lekaterinbourg; see Ekaterinburg. 
lenisei; see Yenisei. 
Igitkin ; island, near Great Sitkin island, 

middle Aleutians, Alaska. (Not 

Igitkhin.) 
Jgnalook; see Little Diomede. 
Ikogmut; mission and village, Yukon 

river, Alaska. (Not Ikogmute.) 
Ikolik; cape on western coast of Kadiak 

island, Alaska. (Not Ikalik.) 
Ikti; cape on southern coast of Alaskapen- 

insula. (Not Itkhi.) 
Hchi; see Khotan. 
He Aux Galets; island near north end 

of Lake Michigan. (Not Skilligallee.) 
Iliuliuk; village, Unalaska island, east- 
ern Aleutians, Alaska. (Not Ihouli- 

ouk.) 



Ill -Jab. 



128 



Illilouette; creek and falls, ^Mariposa 
county, Cal. (Not South Canyon Creek 
nor Tu-lu-la-wi-ak.) 

Imuruk; lake, east of Port Clarence, 
northwestern Alaska. (Not Imourouk. ) 

Indian; cape on the east coast of Siberia. 
(Not Chaplin.) 

Indian; creek, Mariposa county, Cal. 
(Not Chinquapin.) 

Indian; see Malay. 

Indianola; P. 0., Sanpete county, Utah. 
(Not Indiaola.) 

Indian Eidg-e; P. O. and village, Grain- 
ger county, Tenn. (Not Indianridge.) 

Indian Spring; P. 0. and militia dis- 
trict. Butts county, Ga. (Not Indian 
Springs.) 

Indian Springs; P. 0., SulU van county, 
Tenn. (Not Indian Spring.) 

Indias Espanolas; see Philippine. 

Ingleman's; see Engelmann. 

Ingram Bar ; post light, Tennessee river, 
Triggcounty, Ky. (Not Ingram's Bar.) 

InJiuca; see Inyak. 

Inskeep Branch; see Great Egg Harbor. 

Interlaken; city and P. 0., Putnam 
county, Fla. (Not Interlachen.) 

Invergrove; P. O. and township, Dakota 
county, Minn. (Not Inver Grove.) 

Inyak; cape, island, and peninsula in 
Delagoa bay, southeast coast of Africa. 
(Not Inhuca nor Unhaca.) 

Inyankara; P. 0., creek, and mountain. 
Crook county, Wyo. (Not Inyan 
Kara.) 

Ionia; P. O. and township, Dixon county, 
Nebr. (Not lona.) 

Ionia; P. 0. and township, Jewell coun- 
ty, Kans. (Not lona.) 

lotla; creek, Macon county, N. C. (Not 
lola.) 

Iowa Hill; P. 0. and village. Placer coun- 
ty, Cal. (Not Iowa City.) 

Irkutsk; city and government, eastern 
Siberia. (Not Irkootsk nor Irkoutsk.) 

Ironwork; brook in Sheffield, Berkshire 
county, Mass. (Not Iron AVork.) 

Irwin; township, Venango county, Pa. 
(Not Irvin.) 

Isaac; branch (of Saint Joones creek), 
Kent county, Del. (Not Isaacs.) 

Isabel; creek, mountain, and valley, 
Santa Clara county, Cal. (Not San Isa- 
bel nor Santa Ysabel.) 



Isabel; point in San Franciuco bay, Con^ 
tra Costa county, Cal. (Net Izabel nor 
Potrero.) 

Isabella; see McCays. 

Isanotski; bay, cape, strait, Unimak 
island, eastern Aleutians, Alaska. (Not 
Issannakh.) 

Isanotski; see Pogromni. 

Isfahan; see Ispahan. 

Ishawooa; creek and mesa in Yellow- 
stone Park Timberland reserve, Wyo. 
(Not Isha-wood.) 

Ishtula; see Vistula. 

Iskudar; see Skutari. 

Isla de la Reunion; see Reunion. 

Isla de Pines; island, West Indies, near 
west end of Cuba. (Not Isle of Pines 
nor Pinos.) 

Islais; creek in San Francisco county, 
Cal. (Not De Vree's.) 

Island Station; see Henderson. 

Isle a la Crosse; see Lime. • 

Isle au Breton; see Breton. 

Isle Cariboef; see Caribou. _ 

Isle Derniere; island on the Gulf coast, 
La. (Not Last.) 

Isleford; P. 0., Warren county, Tenn. 
(Not Island Ford.). 

Isle of France; see Mauritius. 

Isle of Springs; see Sweet. 

Isle Royal; county and island in Lake 
Superior. (Not Isle Royale.) 

Islesboro; P. 0. and town, Waldo 
county, Maine. (Not Islesborough.) 

Ismir; see Smyrna. 

Ispahan; capital city, Persia. (Not Is> 
fahan nor Spahawn.) 

Issaquah; creek, P.O., and R. R. sta- 
tion, King county. Wash. (Not Is- 
quah nor Issquah.) 

Itkhi; see Ikti. 

Itsami; ledge, Puget sound, near Olym- 
pia, Wash. (Not Itsania.) 

Iviza; one of the Balearic islands, Medi- 
terranean sea. (Not Ibisa, Ibiza, nor 
Iviga.) 

Izabel; see Isabel. 

Iztaccihuatl; volcano near the city of 
Mexico. (Not Istaccihuatl nor Ixtacci- 
huatl.) • 

J. 

Jabary; see Yavari. 
Jablonoi; see StanovoL 



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Jac — Joh. 



Tack; see Thacker. 

Jackso:'; see Howkan. 

Jacksonville; see Enders. 

Jacks Point; post light, Ohio river, Har- 
din county, 111. (Not Jack's.) 

Jacobs; creek, Cumberland county, N. J. 
(Not Jacob nor Jacob's.) 

Jaffa; see Yafa. 

Jaffray; south point of entrance to Ports- 
mouth harbor, N. H. (Not Jerry's.) 

Jaik; see Ural. 

Jakoutsk; see Yakutsk. 

Jakutat; see Yakutat. 

Jalapa; city in Vera Cruz state, Mexico. 
(Not Xalapa.) 

Jalapa; P. 0., Monroe county, Tenn. 
(Not Jallappa.) 

Jalisco; state, Mexico. (Not Guadala- 
jara nor Xalisco.) 

James, Me. ; see Jims. 

James, S. Dak. ; see Chedi. 

Jamony; see lamonia. 

Janes; island and light-house, Tangier 
sound, Somerset county, Md. (Not 
Janes' s.) 

Jan Mayen; island north of Iceland, 
Arctic ocean. (Not Jan-Mayen, Jan 
Mayen' s Land, nor Jean-May en.) 

Japan; empire, Asia. (Not Dai Nippon, 
Nihon, Niphon, Nipon, nor Nippon.) 

Japura; see Yapura. 

Jar dines; bank off south coast of Cuba. 
(Not Jardinillos.) 

Jarosa; canyon and creek, Las Animas 
county, Colo. (Not Jaroso.) 

Jaroslaw; town in Austrian Galicia. 
(Not Jaroslau.) 

Jarrolds; three streams, P. O. , and ridge, 
Boone county, W. Va. (Not Jarrell's 
nor Jarrel's Valley.) 

Jassy; city of Moldavia, in Eoumania. 
(Not lasi, Jasch, Jash, nor Yassy.) 

Jawbone; creek, Tuolumne county, Cal. 
(Not Pile.) 

Jebel-Moosa; see Sinai. 

Jedclo; see Tokyo. 

Jeffers; P. 0., Scott county, Tenn. (Not 
Jeffries.) 

Jefferson; township and village, Mad- 
ison county, Ohio. 

Note.— The name of the P, O. in this vil- 
lage is West Jefferson. 

Jeff &r son Range; see Tobacco Eoot. 
M s— 03 9 



Jejffrey; eastern point of entrance to 
Branford harbor, New Haven county, 
Conn. ( Not Jeffrey' s. ) 

Jeffrey's Hook; see Fort Washington. 

Jenisei; see Yenisei. 

Jenkins; P. 0., Burlington county, N. J. 
(Not Harris ville nor Jenkins Neck.) 

Jenkins; rock. Saint Marys river, about 
3 miles below Saint Mary falls, Onta- 
rio. (Not Jenkins'.) 

Jennertown; borough and P. 0., Som- 
erset county. Pa. (Not Jennerstown.) 

Jennis; see Iceberg. 

Jerico; P. 0. and village, Cedar county, 
Mo. (Not Jerico Springs.) 

Jeromeville; P. 0. and village, Ashland 
county, Ohio. (Not Jeromesville.) 

Jerry's; see Jaffray. 

Jesup ; county seat of Wayne county, Ga. 
(Not Jessup.) 

Jewett; hill, Cayuga county, N. Y. (Not 
Jewitt.) 

Jewett; see Jouett. 

Jezirat-el- Maghreb; see Tunis. 

Jihoon; see Amu. 

Jims; the eastern head of Baileys Mis- 
take harbor, Washington county. Me. 
(Not James.) 

Jocko; see McLeod. 

Joe; island in Sheepscot river, Lincoln 
county. Me. (Not Jo.) 

Joe Baker's; see Baker. 

Joe Brown Spit; see Sandy. 

Joe Daviess; township, Faribault coun- 
ty, Minn. (Not Jo Davies.) 

Johns; bay and island, west of Pemaquid 
neck, Lincoln county, Me. (Not 
John's.) 

Johnson ; creek, Hanson county, N. Dak. 
(Not Chalkstone nor Johnsons.) 

Johnson; island, Sandusky bay, Ohio. 
(Not Johson's.) 

Johnson; island and landing, Mississippi 
river, Calhoun county, 111. (Not 
Johnson's.) 

Johnson; lake, Mariposa county, Cal. 
(Not Glasier nor Glacier.) 

Johnson; landing, Mississippi river, 
Lauderdale county, Tenn. (Not John- 
son's.) 

Johnson; point, Branford harbor. New 
Haven county, Conn. (No t Johnson' s. ) 

Johnsons; see Broad Marsh. 



Joh — Kan. 



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Johnson Shoal; post light, Kanawha 
river, Putnam county, W. Va. (Not 
Johnson's Shoal.) 

Johnson Stand; see Goodwill. 

Johnston; P. 0. and town, Edgefield 
county, S. C. (Not Johnson.) 

Johnsville; P. 0., Bucks county. Pa. 
(Not Johnsonville.) 

Joice ; island, Suisun bay, Solano county, 
Cal. (Not Joyce nor Joice's.) 

Joliba; see Niger. 

Jonas; see Squirrel. 

Jones; point, Potomac river, Alexandria 
county, Va. (Not Jones's.) 

Jones, Alaska; see Yahtse. 

Jones', Del.: see Saint Jones. 

Jones, Mont. ; see Agency. 

Jonesboro; county seat of Washington 
county, Tenn. (Not Jonesborough.) 

Jones Island; beacons. Savannah river, 
Beaufort coimty, Ga. (Not Jones' 
Island.) 

Jones Mill; P. 0., Dekalb county, Tenn. 
(Not Jones' Mills.) 

Jones' Point.; see Cald wells. 

Jopj)a; see Yafa. 

Jordan; cove, Long Island sound, near 
Waterf ord. New London county. Conn. 
(Not Whitestone.) 

Jordan; point, James river, Prince 
George county, Va. (Not Jordan's.) 

Jordan; village in "Waterf ord, New Lon- 
don county. Conn. (Not Waterf ord.) 

Jordan Run; P. 0., Grant county, W. 
Va. (Not Jordanrun.) 

Joshua; point, near Guilford, New 
Haven county. Conn. (Not Joshua's.) 

Jouett; creek, Clark county, Ky. (Not 
Jewett nor Jouett' s.) 

Joyners; see Marsh. 

J. Q. Adams; see Adams. 

Juan de Fuca; strait between Vancou- 
ver island and Washington. (Not 
Fuca, San Juan de Fuca, nor Strait of 
Fuca.) 

Judea; country, Palestine. (Not Judsea.) 

Jugorsche; see Yugor. 

Jug Tavern; see Winder. 

Julius; P. 0., Crittenden county, Ark. 
(Not Julious.) 

Junction; city, Geary county, Kans. 
(Not Junction City.) 

Jutland; P. 0. and R. E. station, Hun- 
terdon county, N. J. (Not Midvale.) 



K. 

Kaaterskill; clove, creek, and falls in 
the Catskills, Greene county, N. Y. 
(Not Caterskill.) 

Eabinda; seaport of Angoy, west Africa 
(Not Cabenda, etc.) 

Kabul; city and river, Afghanistan. 
(Not Cabool, Caboul, Cabul, nor Cau- 
bul.) 

Kachemak; bay, Kenai peninsula, Cook 
inlet, Alaska. (Not Kachekmak nor 
Chugachik.) 

Kachess; lake and river in Kittitas 
county. Wash. (Not Ka-ches, Karl- 
zeez, Katchass, etc.) 

Kadiak; island, Alaska. (NotKodiak.) 

Kagoshima; city and gulf, southern Ja- 
pan. (Not Cangozima, Kagosheema, 
Kagosima, nor Kangozinia.) 

Kaguyak; village, Shelikof strait, Alas- 
ka peninsula, Alaska. (Not Kayayak.) 

I'Cah-wi-cM; see Cowiche. 

Kai Garib; see Vaal. 

Kaiukhpalik; see Kiukpalik. 

Kakul; point at western entrance to 
Peril strait, southeastern Alaska. (Not 
Kekul.) 

Kalat; see Khelat. 

Ealinina, bay on south shore of Salis- 
bury sound, southeastern Alaska. 

Kalinjar; hill and town in Bandansa, 
Banda district, Bundelkhand, British 
India. (Not Callinjer, Kalleenjur, etc.) 

Kalispel; town and lake, Flathead 
county, Mont. (Not Kalispell.) 

Kambodja; see Cambodia. 

Kamchatka; peninsula on east coast of 
Siberia. (Not Kamtschatka, etc.) 

Kamchatka; see Bering. 

Kamerun; mountains and river, West 
Africa. (Not Cameroons.) 

Kanawha; river in West Virginia. (Not 
Great Kanawha.) 

Kanchanjanga; peak, Himalaya moun- 
tains. (Not Kanchanjinga, Kanchin- 
junga, Kinchin-Jinga, Kinchinjunga, 
Kunchain- Junga, Kunchin-Ginga, Kim- 
chinjinga, nor Kunchinjunga.) 

Kandahar; capital city of centralAfghan- 
istan. (Not Ahmed-Shahee nor Can- 
dahar.) 

Kane; group of islets in Neva strait, 
near Sitka, Alaska. (Not Kan.) 



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Kan — Ken. 



Kaneville; P. O. and township, Kane 
county, 111. (Not Kanesville.) 

Kanomika; island in Tisbury Great 
pond, Marthas Vineyard, Mass. (Not 
Canonicut, Qua-nom-i-ca, etc.) 

Kansas; river in Kansas, formed by 
Smoky Hill and Kepublican rivers. 
(Not Kanzas nor Kaw.) 

Kara Amid; see Diarbekr. 

Kara Dagh; see Montenegro. 

Karakoram; mountains in Tibet, cen- 
tral Asia. (Not Karakorum, Mustag, 
Mustagh Range, nor Tsung-Ling.) 

Karankawa; reef and point near Gal- 
veston, Tex. (Not Carankaway.) 

Karikal; French settlement on the coast 
of Coromandel, India. (Not Carrical.) 

Karlsruhe; capital of Baden, Germany. 
(Not Carlsruhe.) 

Karner; brook in Egremont, Berkshire 
county, Mass. (Not Earner.) 

Karpa; island; one of the Shumagin 
group, Alaska. (Not Boulder nor 
Buldyr.-) 

Karpathian; mountains of Austria- 
Hungary. (Not Carpathian.) 

Karquines; bay, point, and strait con- 
necting Suisun and San Pablo bays, 
Cal. (Not Carquinez, etc.) 

Karrsville; P.O., Warren county, N.J. 
(Not Karrville.) 

Karta; see Kasaan. 

Karthaus; P. O. and township, Clear- 
field county. Pa. (Not Kerthaus.) 

Kasaan; bay in Baranof island, on west 
side Chatham strait, Alexander archi- 
pelago, southern Alaska. (Not Kasa- 
an, Casaan, Kazarn, nor Karta.) 

Kasamanze; river of Senegambia, west 
coast of Africa. (Not Casamanze, etc.) 

Kashega; bay and cape, Unalaska 
island, eastern Aleutians, Alaska. (Not 
Kashuga.) 

Kashmir; native state of India, in north- 
western Hindustan. (Not Cashmere, 
etc.) 

Kasiana; group of islets, Sitka sound, 
Alaska. (Not Apple.) 

Katahdin; mountain in Piscataquis 
county. Me. (Not Ktaadn.) 

Katama; bay and point, Marthas Vine- 
yard, Mass. (Not Cotamy.) 

Katchi; see Cochin. 



Katliana; bay in Baranof island, near 

Sitka, Alaska. (Not Katlian, Katlia- 

nofa, nor Kotleana.) 
Katsbaan; village, Ulster county, N. Y. 

(Not Caatsban.) 
Kavanaugh; see Cavanal. 
Kaw; see Kansas. 
Kay; branch, Camden county, N. J. 

(Not Key nor Key's.) 
Kayak; island off mouth of Copper river, 

Alaska. (Not Kayes.) 
Kayayak; see Kaguyak. 
Kayes; see Kayak. 
Kay-i-you; see Marias. 
Kaysville; city and precinct, Davis 

county, Utah. (Not Maysville.) 
Kedge; strait, Tangier sound, Chesa- 
peake bay, Somerset county, Md. (Not 

Kedge' s.) 
Keebler Crossroads; P. O., Washington 

county, Tenn. (Not Keebler' s Cross 

Eoads.) 
Keechelus; lake and river in Kittitas 

county, Wash. (Not Kitch-e-lus, etc.) 
Keene; P. 0. and R. R. station, Kearney 

county, Nebr. (Not Keen.) 
Kegan; lake in Crystal Lake township, 

Hennepin county, Minn. (Not Keegan 

nor Mooney.) 
Kegan; lake in Rosemount township, 

Dakota county, Minn. (Not Keegans.) 
Keilh; see Pontiac. 
Kekul; see Kakul. 
Kelat; see Khelat. 
Kelley; see Glenpark. 
Kelleys; island, Sandusky bay, Lake 

Erie, Erie county, Ohio. (Not Kel- 
ley' s.) 
Kelleys Island; P. O. and reef, Sandusky 

bay, Lake Erie, Erie coimty, Ohio. 

(Not Kelley's Island.) 
Kelly; island, Delaware bay, Kent coun- 
ty, Del. (Non Kelleys nor Kelly's.) 
Kelly; mountain between Randolph and 

Upshur counties, W.Va. (Not Kelley.) 
Kelsey; P. O., Watauga county, N. C 

(Not Kelsy.) 
Kenai; fort and peninsula, Cook inlet, 

Alaska. (Not Kenay.) 
Kenai; see Cook. 
Kendrick; creek, Sullivan county, Tenn. 

(Not Hendrick's nor Kendrick' s.) 
Kenesaw; mountain in Cobb county, Ga. 

(Not Kennesaw.) 



Ken — Kin. 



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Kenesaw; P. O., Cobb county, Ga. (Not 
Kennesaw nor Big Shanty.) 

Kenia; mountain in eastern Africa, near 
the equator. (Not Kenya nor Kilin- 
yaga.) 

Kennebec; river in Maine. (Not Ken- 
ebec. 

Kennett; county seat of Dunklin county. 
Mo. (Not Kennett' s.) 

Kenney; P. 0. and village, Dewitt coun- 
ty, 111. (Not Kenny.) 

Kent; island and point, Chesapeake bay, 
opposite Annapolis, Queen Anne coun- 
ty, Md. (Not Kent's.) 

Kent ; post village, Fluvanna county, Va. 
(Not Kents Store.) 

Kenvil; R. R. station, Morris county, 
N. J. (Not Ferro Mont, McCainsville, 
nor Vannatta.) 

Kerby; P. 0., Josephine county, Greg. 
(Not Kerby ville.) 

Kern; see Soda Spring. 

Kerthaus; see Karthaus. 

Keyport; P. 0. and town, Monmouth 
county, N. J. (Not Key Port.) 

Key's; see Kay. 

Key West; city, Monroe county, Fla. 
(Not Keywest.) 

Kharkof; capital city and government 
in European Russia. (Not Charkov, 
Charkow, Kharkoff, Kharkov, Khar- 
kow, nor Ukraine.) 

Khelat; capital city and province of 
Baluchistan. (Not Kalat nor Kelat.) 

Khinghan; mountains between Manchu- 
ria and Mongolia, Asia. (Not Khingan, 
Khin Gan, Khin-Gan, King-Gan-Oola, 
nor Khing-Gan Quia.) 

Khiva; caj^ital city and country of Asia, 
south of sea of Aral. (Not Kharerm, 
Kharesm,Kheeva, Khiewa, norKhwar- 
erm.) 

Khorya Morya; group of islands off 
southeastern coast of Arabia, Indian 
ocean. (Not Curia Maria nor Kuria 
Maria.) 

Khotan; city and river in Chinese Tur- 
kestan. (NotEelchee, Eelchi, Elechee, 
Ilchi, Ilitsi, Khoten, nor Yutien.) 

Kh-wostof; island, western Aleutians, 
Alaska. (Not Khvostoff.) 

Kiaklita; town in eastern Siberia, on the 
Chinese frontier. (Not Kiachta.) 



Kialag-vik; bay, east side Alaska Penin- 
sula, near Mount Becharof, Alaska. 
(Not Kialagvit.) 

Kiamichi; mountains, P.O., R. R. sta- 
tion, and river, Choctaw Nation, Ind. T. 
(Not Kiamitia nor Kimishi.) 

Kiang-ning; see Nankin. 

Kickapoo; city, Leavenworth county, 
Kans. (Not Kickapoo City.) 

Kidds Humbug; point on Hudson river, 
Rockland county, N. Y. (Not Kidd's 
Humbug. ) 

Kief; capital city and government of 
southeastern Russia. (Not Kieff, Kiev, 
nor Kiew.) 

Kienstra; landing and P. O., Mississippi 
river, Adams county. Miss. (Not 
Kienstra' s.) 

Kilauea; volcano, Hawaiian islands. 
(Not Kilaua.) 

Kilbourne; P. 0. and township. Mason 
county, 111. (Not Kilbourn.) 

Kilfoil; township, Custer county, Nebr. 
(Not Kilfail.) 

Kilimanj arc ; mountain in eastern Africa 
near the equator. (Not Kilima Njaro.) 

Kilinyaga; see Kenia. 

Kilkenny; P. O., township, and village, 
Lesueur county, Minn. (Not Kilkeny.) 

Killdevil; hills, Currituck county, N. C. 
(Not Kill Devil.) 

Kill van KuU; channel north of Staten 
Island, N. Y. (Not Kill von Kull.) 

Kimana; see Tanganyika. 

Kimbal; city, Neosho county, Kans. 
(Not Kimball.) 

Kimball; see Laurel. 

Kimberley; reef, east of Falkner island. 
Long Island sound. Conn. (Not Kim- 
berley' s.) 

Kincaid; P. 0. and R. R. station, Chat- 
tooga covmty, Ga. (Not Holland Sta- 
tion.) 

Kinderhook; see Wyomanock. 

King; island in Bering strait, Alaska. 
(Not K ings, Ooghe-a-book, nor Uki vok. ) 

King ; landing, Ohio river, Clarke county, 
Ind. (Not King's.) 

King; river, Fresno ccunty, Cal. (Not 
King's.) 

Kingegan; village on Cape Prince of 
Wales, Bering strait, Alaska. (Not 
King-a-ghe.) 



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Kin— Koo. 



King-H-too; see Seoul. 

King's, Cal.; see Ryer. 

Kings, Fla. ; see Philips. 

King-sland; point on Hudson river, near 

Tarrytown, Roclj;land county, N. Y. 

(Not Kingsland's.) 
Kingsland; reach in James river, Va. 

(Not Gra\ eyard.) 
Kingston; mountains in California and 

Nevada. (Not Chung Up nor Resting 

Spring.) 
Kinmundy; city and township, Marion 

county, 111. (Not Kimmundy.) 
Kinnimcut; see Conimicut. 
Kinsale; P. 0. and village, Westmore- 
land county, Va. (Not Kin Sale.) 
Kintire; township, Redwood county, 

Minn. (Not Knitire.) 
Kiolen; mountain range between Swe- 
den and Norway. (Not Kioel, Ivjolen, 

nor Koelen.) 
Kiphiggon; see Higgon. 
Kipniak; river and village, Yukon delta, 

Alaska. (Not Kipniuk, etc.) 
Kirghiz; people and steppes, northeast 

of sea of Aral, Asia. (Not Kirgheez, 

Kirguis, nor Kirguiz.) 
Kirin; province of Manchuria, Asia. (Not 

Girln nor Ula.) 
Kirker; landing, Ohio river, Mason 

county, Ky. (Not Kirker' s.) 
Kirker; pass. Contra Costa county, Cal. 

(Not Kirkers, Quercus, nor Quereus. ) 
Kashenef; capital of Bessarabia in Eu- 
ropean Russia. (Not Kichenef, Kich- 

enev, Kirschenew, Kishenev,Kishineff, 

Kishinev, nor Kishlanou.) 
Kiska; island; one of the western Aleu- 
tians, Alaska. (Not Kyska.) 
Kiskiminitas; township, Armstrong 

county, Pa. (Not Kiskiminetas.) 
Kistna; river in the Dekkan, southern 

India. (Not Kistnah nor Krishna.) 
Kiich-e-lus,-' see Keechelus. 
Kitchen; brook in Cheshire, Berkshire 

county, Mass. (Not West.) 
Kitts Hummock; sandy hillock, shore 

of Delaware bay, Kent county, Del. 

(Not Kitt's Hammock nor Kittsham- 

mock.) 
Kittyhavrk; bay, Albemarle sound, 

Currituck county, N. C. (Not Kitty 

Hawk.) 



Kiukpalik; island in Shelikof strait, 
Alaska. (Not Kaiukhlipalik.) 

Kiungchau; capital, ialand of Hainan, 
China. (Not Kiung Chow Foo, Ksiug- 
tsu, etc.) 

Kiushu; island, Japan. (Not Kyushu.) 

Klahoslah; see Sail. 

Klamath; river in Oregon. (Not Link.) 

KlasJcain; see Clatskanie. 

Kle-al-um; see Clealum. 

Klebiaie Spring; see Cottaquilla. 

Klein; see Kline. 

Kline; gap, Grant county, W. Va. (Not 
Klein.) 

Kline; township, Schuykill county. Pa. 
(Not Klein.) 

Klokachef ; cape and island at entrance 
to Salisbury sound, southeastern Alas- 
ka. (Not Fortuna, Klokatcheff, nor 
Vincent.) 

Klokacheff; see Salisbury. 

Klondike; gold district and river near 
the Alaska-Canada boundary line. (Not 
Chandik, Chandike, Chandindu, Deer, 
Klondyke,"nor Reindeer.) 

Klondike ; post village, Jefferson county, 
N. Y. (Not Klondyke nor Worth ville. ) 

Knapp; landing, Columbia river, Clarke 
county, Wash. (Not Knapp' s.) 

Knobly; mountain in Grant and Miner- 
al counties, W. Va. (Not Knobley.) 

Knobnoster; P. 0. and town, Johnson 
county, Mo. (Not Knob Noster.) 

Knox; post light, Illinois river, Scott 
county. 111. (Not Knox's.) 

Knox Bar; post light, Ohio river, Bea- 
ver county. Pa. (Not Knox's Bar.) 

Kodlak; see Kadiak. 

Kol-u-gru' a; see Meade. 

Kongo; river and state. West Africa, 
(Not Congo.) 

Konigsberg; capital city and govern- 
ment, Prussia. (Not Koenigsberg, 
Konigsberg, nor Krolewiecz.) 

Koniuji; island, near Atka island, mid- 
dle Aleutians, Alaska. (NotKoniougi.) 

Konkapot; river in new INIarlboro, Berk- 
shire county, Mass. (Not Mill.) 

Konwakiton; glacier on Movmt Shast^j 
Cal. (Not Mc Cloud.) 

Kook-potu-rook; see Kukpowruk. 

Koos; see Coos. 



Koo — Kwa. 



134 



Kootenai; lake in British Columbia and 

river in British Columbia and Montana. 

(Not Kootanie, Kootienay, Kootenie, 

nor Swan.) 
Kootenai; see Mission. 
Kootznahoo; inlet, Admiralty island, 

Alaska. (Not Hoochinoo, Hoosnoff, 

Houchnou, Hudsunoo, Khutz-n'hu 

(bear's foot), Kootsnoo, Koutsnou, nor 

Kutznou. ) 
Korea; country in Asia. (Not Corea.) 
Korovin; bay, Atka island, middle Aleu- 
tians, Alaska. (Not Korovinski.) 
Kotleana; see Katliana. 
Kotschin; see Cochin. 
Kou; see Kuiu. 
Kouara; see Niger. 
Koyukuk; mountain and river, branch 

of the Yukon, northern Alaska. (Not 

Koyoukut,) 
Koz'ian; see Cozian. 
Kragness; township. Clay county, Minn. 

(Not Kragnes.) 
Krakow; ancient capital of Poland, in 

Austrian Galicia. (Not Cracow nor 

Krakau.) 
Kresson; P. C, Camden county, N. J. 

(Not Milford.) 
Krestof; island at north end of Sitka 

sound, Alaska. (Not Cross, Krestoff, 

nor Krestov.) 
Krestof; sound or strait between Krestof 

and Kruzof islands,southeastern Alaska. 

(Not Cross, Krestoff, nor Krestov.) 
Krishna; see Kistna. 
Knstiania; see Christiania. 
Krugloi; southernmost point of Halleck 

island, near Sitka, Alaska. (Not 

Round.) 
Krung Kao; see Ayuthia. 
Krusenstern; cape, Kotzebue sound, 

northern Alaska. (Not Kruzenstern.) 
Krusenslern; see Ailuk. 
Kruzof; island, west of Baranof island, 

Alexander archipelago, southern 

Alaska. (Not Croose, Edgecumbe, 

Pitt, San Jacinto, Saint Lazaria, Sitka, 

Tleekh, etc.) 
Ktaadn; see Katahdin. 
Kuenlun; mountain range of central 

Asia. (Not Koolkoon, Kouen Lun, 

Koulkoun, KuenLun, Kwan lun, Kwen 

Lun, nor Kwun lun.) 



Kuiu; island, west of Kupreanof island, 

Alexander archipelago, southern 

Alaska. (Not Kou.) 
Kujulik; bay, east side Alaska peninsula, 

Alaska. (Not Koujulik.) 
K. U. Junction; see Hedges. 
Kukpowruk; river, between Cape Lis- 

burne and Icy cape, northern Alaska. 

(Not Kook-pow-rook.) 
Kulichavak; river, between Yukon and 

Kuskokwim rivers, western Alaska. 

(Not Kvichavak.) 
Kulichkof ; islet and reefs, Sitka sound, 

Alaska. (Not Kulich, Kulitch, Kulitz- 

koff, nor Snipe.) 
Kuliugmiut; cape, west side Kadiak 

island, Alaska. (Not Kuliumiut.) 
KuUichaha; P. 0., Choctaw Nation, Ind. 

T. (Not Kully Chaha.) 
Kulliinla; village, Choctaw Nation, Ind. 

T. (Not Kulli Inla.) 
Kv.lluspelm; see Pend Oreille. 
Kulukak; bay, Bristol bay, Bering sea, 

Alaska. (Not Kouloulak.) 
Kumliun; cape, south shore of Alaska 

peninsula. (Not Koumloun nor Kum- 

tiak.) 
Kuncliin-Ginga; see Kanchanjanga. 
Kunguk; see Buckland. 
Kunjamuk; creek, Hamilton county, 

N. Y. (Not Cogaminck, Congamunck, 

Cungermuck, nor Kunjamuc.) 
Kupreanof; island and point, east side 

Alaska peninsula. (Not Kupreanoff.) 
Kuria Maria; see Khorya Morya. 
Kuril; islands between Japan and Kam- 
chatka, North Pacific ocean. (Not 

Chishima, Kooril, Kouril, nor Kurile.) 
Kuroshiwo; gulf stream of Japan. (Not 

Kuro Shi wo nor Kuro Si wo.) 
Kusilvak; island in Yukon delta, Bering 

sea, Alaska. (Not Kusalvak.) 
Kuskokwim; bay and river, western 

Alaska. (Not Kuskoquim.) 
Kutanie; see Chief Mountain. 
Kutchuma; group of islets, Sitka har- 
bor, Alaska. (Not Boidarkin nor Kut- 

chiuma.) 
Kutloot; see South. 
Kutuzof ; cape, west coast Alaska penm- 

sula, Alaska. (Not Kutusoff ) 
Kvichavak; see Kulichavak. 
Kwang-chow; see Canton. 



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Kwe — lian. 



Kwen Lun; see Kuenlun. 

Kwichpak; see Yukon. 

Kwikpak; channel or island, Norton 

sound, western Alaska. (Not Kwikh- 

pak.) 
Kyoto; city, Japan. (Not Kioto, Meaco, 

Miako, Miyako, nor Saikio.) 
Kyushu; see Kiushu. 
Kyska; see Kiska. 



Laharge; see Lebarge. 

Iiaccadive; islands in Indian ocean, 
SW. from India. (Not Lakaradeevh, 
Lakkadiv, nor Lakkadiwa.) 

Lacey Lane; post light, Ohio river, Ca- 
bell county, W. Va. (Not Lacey's.) 

IJacock; bar in Ohio river, near Free- 
dom, Beaver county. Pa. (Not La- 
cock's Bar.) 

Lac qui Parle; P. 0. and township, Lac 
qui Parle county, Minn. (Not Lac- 
qui-parle.) 

Lacroix; see Grays. 

La Crosse; city, county, etc., Wis. 
(Not Lacrosse.) 

Lacygne; city, Linn county, Kans. 
(Not La Cygne.) 

Ladrone; group of islands in the west- 
ern Pacific ocean. (Not Mariana nor 
Marianne.) 

La Du; post light, P. 0., and wharf, Co- 
lumbia river, Cowlitz county, Wash. 
(Not La Du's.) 

Lafayette; county seat. Chambers 
county, Ala. (Not La Fayette.) 

Lafayette; P. 0. and town. Christian 
county, Ky. (Not La Fayette.) 

Lafayette; township, Bremer county, 
Iowa. (Not La Fayette.) 

Lafayette; township, Chippewa county, 
Wis. (Not La Fayette.) 

Laffing-al; hamlet in Cherokee county, 
Ga. (Not LafBng Gal nor Laughing 
Gal.) 

Lagoa dos Patos; large lagoon in state 
of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. (Not 
Lago de los Patos.) 

Lagrange; county seat, Lagrange coun- 
ty, Ind. (Not La Grange.) 

Lagrange; P. O. and town, Penobscot 
county, Me. (Not La Grange.) 



La Guaira; seaport of Venezuela, South 
America. (Not La Guayra.) 

Laguna; P. O., Orange county, Cal. (Not 
Lagona.) 

Laguna de la Merced; see Merced. 

Laguna Madre; large lagoon in southern 
Texas. (Not Laguna Del Madre.) 

Laharpe; city, Allen county, ICans. 
(Not La Harpe.) 

Laird; see Bayou Grand Liard. 

Lake; city, Barber county, Kans. (Not 
Lake City.) 

Lake Austin; see Saint Catherine. 

Lake May; see Goose. 

Lake of the Sun; see Ozette. 

Lake Park; P. 0., Pierce county, Wash. 
(Not Lakepark.) 

Lakeport; P. 0. and township, Wood- 
bury county, Iowa. (Not Lake Port.) 

Lake River; see Eleanor. 

Laketcwn; township, Carver county, 
Minn. (Not Lake Town.) . 

Lakeview; village, Covington county, 
Ala. (Not Lake View.) 

Lakeville; P. O. and township, Dakota 
county, Minn. (Not Lake Ville.) 

Lakhnau; see Lucknow. 

Lakkadiv; see Laccadive. 

Lamar; river, Yellowstone National 
Park. (Not East Fork of the Yellow- 
stone.) 

Lambert; point, Elizabeth river, Nor- 
folk county, Va. (Not Lambert's.) 

Lamberts; cove. Vineyard sound, Mar- 
thas Vineyard, Mass. (Not Lombards 
nor Lumbards.) 

Lamine; P. 0. and township, Cooper 
county, Mo. (Not 'La, Mine.) 

Lamington; P. 0. and river, Somerset 
county, N. J. (Not Lammington.) 

Lamonte; P. 0. and township, Pettis 
county. Mo. (No» La Monte.) 

Lamphere Dock; post light, Hudson 
river, Greene county, N. Y. (Not 
Lamphere' 3 Dock.) 

Jjancaster; see Winter 

*Lanford Station; P. 0., Laurens coun- 
ty, S. C. (Not Langford'a Station.) 

Langford; creek and P. 0.. Kent county, 
Md. (Not Lankford's.) 

Langlade; see Miquelon. 

Langlee; island in Hingham harbor, 
Mass. (Not Chandler's nor Langley.) 



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Lanliani; P. 0. and R. R. station, Prince 

George county, Md. (Not Lanhams.) 
Lansdowne; R. R. station, Hunterdon 

county, N. J. (Not Landsdown nor 

Lansdown.) 
Lan-Thsang-Kiang; see Mekong, 
Laplata; county seat of Deaf Smith 

county, Tex. (Not La Plata.) 
Iia Plata; river, southwestern Colorado. 

(Not Plata nor Rio la Plata.) 
La Plata; see Sucre. 
La Pointe-cL-Pitre; see Pointe a Pitre. 
Iiaporte; borough, county seat, and 

township, Sullivan county. Pa. (Not 

La Porte.) 
Laporte; P. O. and town. Black Hawk 

county, Iowa. (Not La Porte City.) 
Xiarkins Ferry; post light, Ohio river, 3 

miles below Owensboro, Ky. (Not 

Larkens' Ferry.) 
Larue; P. 0. and village, Marion county, 

Ohio. (Not La Rue.) 
Las Animas; see Animas. 
Las Casetas; R. R. station, etc., Los 

Angeles county, Cal. (Not Los Casitos 

nor Las Casitas.) 
Las Neuvitas del Principe; see Nuevitas. 
Las Pulgas; see Pulgas. 
Las Rocas; see As Rocas. 
Lassa; capital of Tibet. (Not H'Lassa, 

Lhasa, nor Lhassa.) 
Last; see Isle Derniere. 
Las Trampas; creek, peak, and ridge, 

Contra Costa county, Cal. (Not Las 

Tampas nor Sugarloaf.) 
Latimer; reef near Fishers island, Long 

Island sound, N. Y. (Not Latimer's.) 
Latona; P. 0., King county, Wash. 

(Not Loosna.) 
Lauderdale; town. Ascension parish. 

La. (Not Lauderdale.) 
Laughery; township, Ripley county, 

Ind. (Not Langhery.) 
Laughing Gal; see LafEngal. 
Lauramie; township, Tippecanoe coun- 
ty, Ind. (Not Laurance.) 
Laurance; see Lauramie. 
Laurel; canyon, Los Angeles county, 

Cal. (Not Kimball.) 
Laurel; run in Garrett county, Md. (Not 

Little Laurel Run.) 
Laurel Gap; see Baileyton. 
Lavalle; P. 0. and township, Sauk 

count) , Wis. (Not La Valle.) 



LaVerkin; creek in Washington county, 
Utah. (Not Le Verken.) 

La Vista; point. Saint Johns river, Duval 
county , Fla. (Not Philips nor Phillip' s. ) 

Lawrence; point, north shore of Long 
Island, near Astoria, Queens county, 
N. Y. (Not Lawrence's.) 

Lawson; lake in Coeymans, Albany 
county, N. Y. (Not Lawton.) 

Lea; river, chiefly in Hertfordshire and 
Middlesex, England. (Not Lee.) 

Leah; see Red Buttes. 

Leamington; P. 0. and precinct, Mil- 
lard county, Utah. (Not Lemington.) 

L'JEau qui Court; see Niobrara. 

Lebanon, Ga. ; see Toonigh. 

Lebanon, N. Y. ; see Wyomanock. 

Lebarge; lake in the Yukon district of 
Canada. (Not Labarge.) 

Leboeuf; P. O. and township, Erie 
county, Pa. (Not Le Boeuf.) 

Lee; post light, Mississippi river. Lake 
county, Tenn. (Not Lee's.) 

Lee, England ; see Lea. 

Lee, Tenn. ; see Let. 

*Lee Center; P. 0., township, and vil- 
lage, Lee county, 111. (Not Lee.) 

Leeds; creek, Talbot county, Md. (Not 
Leed.) 

Leedstown; P.O., Westmoreland coun- 
ty, Va. (Not Leeds Town.; 

Leek; see Thacker. 

*Leesville; P. O. and village, Carroll 
county, Ohio. (Not Leesburgh.) 

Leipsic; river, Kent county, Del. (Not 
Little Duck Creek.) 

Leipzig; city in Saxony, Germany. (Not 
Leipsic.) 

Leitch.; wharf on Patuxent river, Cal- 
vert county, Md. (Not Leitches.) 

L. E. Junction; see Hedges. 

Lemay; lake in Egan, Dakota county, 
Minn. (Not Le May.) 

Lemington; see Leamington. 

Lenox; post village, Madison county, 
N. Y. (Not Hobokenville nor Lenox 
Furnace.) 

Leon; see Lyon. 

Leonardville; city, Riley county, Kans. 
(Not Leonard.) 

Leontovich; cape, north side of Alaska 
peninsula, Alaska. (Not Leantavitch.) 

Leroy ; town and village, Genesee county, 
N. Y. (Not Le Roy.) 



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Lester; post light, Mississippi river, Ful- 
ton county,Ky. (Not Lester's.) 

Let; P. 0. and E. R. station, Bledsoe 
county, Tenn. (Not Lee nor Lees.) 

* Letts; P.O. and town, Louisa county, 
Iowa. (Not Lettsville.) 

Le T erken; see La Verkin. 

Lewes; river; one of the tributaries of 
the upper Yukon. (Not Lewis.) 

Lewisburg'; township, Harlan county, 
Nebr. (Not Elderado.) 

Lewis Fork; see Snake. 

Lhasa; see Lassa. 

L'Hommedieu; shoal in Vineyard sound. 
Mass. (Not Lhommedieu.) 

Liaotung; gulf; an arm of the Yellow 
sea, China. (Not Leao-tong, etc.) 

Libby; islands, Machias bay, 'Washing- 
ton county. Me. (Not Libbey.) 

Liberty Hill; P. 0. and village, Grain- 
ger county, Tenn. (Not Libertyhill.) 

Lickinghole ; creek, Hanover county, 
Va. (Not Lickenhole.) 

Lidel; see Lytle. 

Liege; city and province, Belgium. (Not 
Luik nor Liittich.) 

Lieutenant; island in Wellfleet harbor, 
Cape Cod bay, Mass. (Not Horse.) 

Liliput; creek, Cape Fear river, Bruns- 
wick county, N. C. (NotLilyput.) 

Lille; see Lisle. 

Lilly; P. 0., Cambria county, Pa. (Not 
Lily.) 

Lilly; P. O., Chnton countv, Mo. (Not 
Lily.) 

Lilly; P. 0., Scioto county, Ohio. (Not 
Lily.) 

Lilly; P. 0., Tazewell county, 111. (Not 
Lily.) 

Lillydale; P. 0. and R. R. station, Chau- 
tauqua county, N. Y. (Not Lily Dale.) 

Lime ; island in Saint Marys river, Mich. 
(Not Isle a la Crosse.) 

Limesprings; P. 0. and village, Howard 
county, Iowa. (Not Lime Spring.) 

Limestone Hill; see West Seneca. 

Lincoln; county seat, Lincoln county, 
Kans. (Not Lincoln Center City.) 

Lindeman; lake near the headwaters of 
the Yukon. (Not Lindemann nor Lin- 
derman.) 

Lindon; see Lyndon. 

Lindsborg; P. 0. and city, McPherson 
county, Kans. (Not Lindsburg City.) 



lAnk; see Klamath. 

Linn; R. R. station, Jefferson county, 

Ala. (Not Linn's Crossing, Linns, nor 

Lynns.) 
Lione; see Lyon. 

Lions Head; mountain, Litchfield coun- 
ty. Conn. (Not Lyons Head.) 
Lisbon; city, capital of Portugal. (Not 

Lisabona, Lisboa, Lisbonne, nor Lissa- 
■ bon.) 
Lisle; city in northern France. (Not 

Lille, L'IsIe, nor Ryssel.) 
Lithia Springs; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Douglas county, Ga. (Not Salt Sjjrings.). 
Little, Conn. ; see Park. 
Little, Mass. ; see Chad wick. 
Little Annemessex; river, Somerset 

county, Md. (Not Little Annemessic.) 
Little Bay de Noquette ; shoal in Green 

Bay, Lake Michigan. (Not Little Bay 

de Noc.) 
lAitle Beaver; see South Beaver. 
Little Choptank; river, Dorchester 

county, Md. (Not Hudson.) 
Little Colorado ; river in Arizona. (Not 

Colorado Chiquito nor Flax.) 
Little Diamond; island, Portland har- 
bor, Me. (Not Little Hog.) 
Little Diomede; island, Bering strait, 

Alaska. (Not Ignalook nor Ratman- 

off.) 
Little Duck Creek; see Leipsic. 
Little Egg; inlet, Burlington county, 

coast of New Jersey. (Not Little Egg 

Harbor, New, nor Tucker's Cove.) 
Littlefield; see Beaverdam. 
Little Hauken; branch, Burlington 

county, N. J. (Not TranquiUty, nor 

Head of Tranqiiility.) 
Little Hog; see Little Diamond. 
lAttle Hog Neck; see Nassau. 
Little Klamath; see Lower Klamath. 
Little Laurel Run; see Laurel. 
Little Manitou; 'See Cockburn. 
LiUle Menan; see Petit Manan. 
LAttle Noquashinski; see Nakwasina. 
Little Rock; city, Pulaski county, Ark. 

(Not Littlerock.) 
Little Sable; lake, lighthouse, and point, 

Oceana county, Mich. (Not Petite 

Pointe an Sable. ) 
Little Sandy; P.O., Kanawha county, 

W. Va. (Not Forks of Little Sandy.) 
Little Warner; see De Berniere. 



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138 



Liiile Winnipeg; see Winnipegosis. 
Livingston; creek, tributary to Hudson 

river, Columbia county, N. Y. (Not 

Livingston's nor Eoeliff Jansen Kill.) 
Llano Estacado; plateau in Texas. (Not 

Staked Plain.) 
Llao; rock on rim of Crater lake, Oreg. 

(Not Mount Jackson.) 
Lloyd; harbor and neck, Huntington 

bay. Long Island sound, N. Y. (Not 

Lloyd's.) 
Lloyd; P. 0., township, and village, 

Ulster county, N. Y. (Not Loyd.) 
Loanda; seaport town, west coast of 

Africa. (Not Saint Paul de Loanda.) 
Locarno; see Maggiore. 
Lockhart; landing and post light, Ohio 

river, Adams county, Ohio. (Not 

Lockart's.) 
Lockhart; township, Pike county, Ind. 

(Not Loackhart.) 
*Lockspring; P. 0. and village, Daviess 

county, Mo. (Not Lock Springs.) 
Lockwood Folly; inlet and river, Bruns- 
wick county, N. 0. (Not Lockwood' s 

Folly.) 
Locus; see Mink. 
Lodgepole; precinct and R. E,. station, 

Cheyenne county, Nebr. ; also creek, 

southwestern Nebraska. (Not Lodge 

Pole.) 
Lofka; Indian hut, Yukon river, Alaska. 

(Not Lofka' s.) 
Logan Gap; post light, Ohio river, 

Brown county, Ohio. (Not Logan's 

Gap.) 
Logan villa; borough and P. O., York 

county, Pa. (Not Logansville.) 
Lolo; creek, pass, peak, P. 0., and trail, 

Missoula county, Mont. (Not Lo Lo, 

Lou-lou, nor Lou Lou.) 
Lolo; creek, tributary to Clearwater 

river, between Idaho and Shoshone 

counties, Idaho. (Not Lo-Lo nor 

Nah-wah.) 
Lombards; see Lamberts. 
London; see Loudon. 
London Grove; P. O. and township, 

Chester county. Pa. (Not London- 
grove.) 
Long; canyon and creek, Las Animas 

county, Colo. (Not Canon de Largo 

nor Long's.) 



Long, Mass. ; see Upper Goose. 

Long, Minn. ; see Bryant. 

Long, Pa. ; see Neville. 

Long Island Head; lighthouse, Boston 

harbor, Mass. (Not Long Island.) 
Long mead ovp-; P. O. and town, Hamp- 
den county, Mass. (Not LongMeadow.) 
Long Point; see Ryer. 
Long Reach; see Bivalve. 
Longs; peak, Boulder county, Colo. 

(Not Long's.) 
Longs Landing; post light, Ohio river, 

Henderson county, Ky. (Not Long's.) 
*Longswamp; P. 0. and township, 

Berks county. Pa. (Not Long Swamp.) 
Loo Choo; see Riu Kiu. 
Look-in; point. Saint Mary county, Md. 

(Not Look In nor Lookin.) 
Lookingglass; creek, Douglas county, 

Oreg. 
Looknooce; see Saigon. 
Loomis; see Lunice. 
Loop; P. 0. and R. R. station, Cherokee 

county, Ala. (NotPleasanton.) 
Loop ; stream in Kanawh a county, W. Va. 

(Not Big Loop nor Lower Loop.) 
Loosna; see Latona. 
Loramie; P. 0., township, and village, 

Shelby county, Ohio. (Not Loramie's.) 
Lords; passage at east end of Fishers 

Island sound, N. Y. (Not Lord's. ) 
Lordville; see Lowville. 
Lorencito; canyon. Las Animas county, 

Colo. (Not Canada Larencita nor Can- 
yon Lorenzo.) 
Lorenz; township, Finney coimty, 

Kans. (Not Loring.) 
Loving; see Lorenz. 
Lorraine; district, Germany. (Not Lo- 

tharingia nor Lothringen.) 
Los Casitos; see Las Casetas. 
Los Pinos; river, southwestern Colo- 
rado. (Not Pinos nor Rio de los 

Pinos.) 
Lost Cannon; creek. Mono county, Cal. 

(Not Lost Canyon.) 
Lost Canyon; see Lost Cannon. 
Lostland; run in Garrett county, Md. 

(Not Lost Land nor Lostzand.) 
Los Trancos; creek between San Mateo 

and Santa Clara counties, Cal. (Not 

Los Stances nor Stances.) 
Lotlmir; see Faulkner. 



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liOt — McArd. 



Lothringen; see Lorraine. 

Loudon; township, Carroll county, Ohio. 
(Not London.) 

Lough. Neagh; lake in northern Ire- 
land. (Not Neagh.) 

Louis; see Saint Louis. 

Lourengo Marquez; town on Delagoa 
bay, southeast Africa. (Not Lorenzo 
Marques, etc.) 

Louriston; P. O. and township, Chip- 
pewa county, Minn. (Not Lorriston.) 

Lovetis; see ]\Iink. 

Low; seeTuamotu. 

Low Countries; see Netherlands. 

Lowellville ; P. 0. and village, Mahoning 
county, Ohio. (Not Lowell.) 

Lower Alloways Creak; township, Sa- 
lem county, N. J. (Not Lower AUo- 
way Creek.) 

Lower Klamath.; lake in Oregon and 
California. (Not Little Klamath.) 

Lower Klamath; see Upper Klamath, 

Lower Loop; see Loop. 

Lower Patroon; island, Hudson river, 
in city of Albany, N. Y. (Not Patroon' 3 
Lower Island.) 

Lowery; point, Rappahannock river, 
Essex coimty, Va. (Not Lowry's.) 

Lowrie Bar; post light, Ohio river, Alle- 
gheny county. Pa. (Not Lowrie's.) 

Lowryville; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Chester county, S. 0. (Not Lowrys- 
ville.) 

Lov}s; see Blackwalnut. " 

Lowville; P. O. and township, Murray 
county, Minn. (Not Lordville.) 

Loyd; see Lloyd. 

Luambezi; see Zambezi. 

Lucas; bend, Mississippi river, 16 miles 
below Cairo, 111. (Not Lucas's.) 

Lucknow; capital city and district, 
northern India. (Not Lakhnau.) 

Lugon; see Luzon. 

Ludington; P. O. and township, Eau 
Claire county, Wis. (Not Ludding- 
ton.) 

Ludlam; bay, beach, light, and thoro- 
fare. Cape May county, N. J. (Not 
Ludlam' s.) 

Ludwick; borough, Westmoreland coun- 
ty, Pa. (Not Ludwig.) 

Luik; see Liege. 

Lum; post light, Mississippi river, Con- 
cordia parish, La. (Not Lum's.) 



Lumbar ds; see Lamberts. 

Lum.-mi; bay, island, river, and village, 
Whatcom county, Wash. 

Lundys Lane; town, Erie county, Pa. 
(Not Lundy's Lane.) 

Lunice; creek, Grant county, W. Va. 
(Not Loomis nor Lunay.) 

Lusby; P. O. , Calvert county, Md. (Not 
Lusbys.) 

Lutharsville; P. O. and town, Meri- 
wether county, Ga. (Not Lutherville.) 

Luttich; see Liege. 

Luverne; county seat of Rock county, 
Minn. (Not Lu Verne.) 

Luverne; P. 0. and township, Kossuth 
county, Iowa. (Not Lu Verne.) 

Luxemburg; P. 0. and township, Ke- 
waunee county, Wis. (Not Luxem- 
bourg.) 

Luzon; the largest of the Philippine 
islands. (Not Lucon.) 

Lykens; P. 0. and township, Crawford 
count}^, Ohio. (Not Lykins.) 

Lyndon; P. O. and township, Juneau 
county, Wis. (Not Lindon.) 

Lyndon; township, Sheboygan county, 
Wis. (Not Lindon.) 

Lynn Canal; fiord, southeastern Alaska. 
(Not Lynn Channel.) 

Lynnhaven; bay, inlet, P. O., R. R. sta- 
tion, etc., Princess Anne county, Va. 
(Not Lynn Haven nor Lynhaven.) 

Lynns; see Linn. 

Lyon; city in southeastern France. (Not 
Leon, Lione, nor Lyons.) 

Lyon; creek, Knox county, Tenn. (Not 
Lyons.) 

Lyons Head; see Lions Head. 

Lytle; creek, gap, and triangulation 
station, Taylor and Callahan counties, 
Tex. (Not Lidel.) 

M. 

McAdenville; P. 0. and town, Gaston 

county, N. C. (Not McAdensville.) 
McAfee; P.O. and R. R. station, Sussex 

county, N. J. (Not McAfee Valley.) 
McAlester; town, Indian Territory. 

(Not MacAlister, MacAllister, nor Mc- 

Alister.) 
McArdle; precinct, Douglas county, 

Nebr. (Not McCardle.)^ 



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140 



McBlair; shoal, the northernrnost of 
Nantucket shoals, Mass. (Not Mc- 
Blair' s.) 

McCainsmlle; see Kenvil. 

McCameron; P. 0. and township, Martin 
county, Ind. (Not McCleameron.^ 

McCardle; see McArdle. 

McCays; P. 0. and R. E. station, Polk 
county, Tenn. (Not Isabella nor Mc- 
Kay.) 

McCleameron; see McCameron. 

McClellandville ; P. 0., Newcastle coun- 
ty, Del. (Not McClellandsville.) 

McCloud; see Konwakiton. 

McCloud; see McLeod. 

McClungs Mill; see Clovercreek. 

McCoU; P. 0., Marlboro county, S. C. 
(Not McCall.) 

McComber; see Berlin. 

McCoimelsville ; county seat, Morgan 
county, Ohio. (Not McConnellsville.) 

McCoy; creek, Duval county, Fla. (Not 
Three Mile Branch.) 

McCuUough Bar; post light, Tennessee 
river, Stewart county, Ky. (Not Mc- 
Cullough's.) 

McCuUum Ripple; post lights, Ohio 
river, near Cincinnati, Ohio. (Not Mc- 
Cullum's.) 

McCune; P. 0., Pike county. Mo. (Not 
McCune Station.) 

McDonald; lake in Missoula county, 
Mont. (Not Terry's.) 

McDonald; see Yes. 

McDonough^ s; see Camano. 

McEldowney; bar in Ohio river, near 
New Martmsville, Wetzel county, W. 
Va. (Not McEldowney' s.) 

McFarland; P. O. and village, Dane 
county, Wis. (Not Macfarland. ) 

McGees; island, Illinois river, 4 miles 
below Meredosia, Morgan county, 111, 
(Not McGee's.) 

McGill; creek and meadow, Tuolumne 
comity,Cal. (Not Miguel norMcGill's.) 

McGill; see Pinos. 

McGinnes; P. O., Queen Anne county, 
Md. (NotMcGmness.) 

McGulpin; point. Straits of Mackinac, 
Emmet county, Mich. (Not McGul- 
pin' s.) 

McKay; see INIcCays. 

McKenzie Head; point, near Cape Dis- 
appointment, Pacific county, Wash. 
(Not McKenzie' a Head.) 



McKnig-ht; post light, Mississippi river, 
Dubuque county, Iowa. (Not Mc- 
Knight's.) 

McLeod; bay, Cheboygan county, Mich. 
(Not Cheboygan nor Duncan.) 

Mclieod; peak, Missoula county, Mont. 
(Not Arlee, Jocko, McCloud, nor Mc- 
Leoud.) 

McRee; light station, Pensacola bay, 
Fla. (Not McEae.) 

Ifaas; see Meuse. 

Macassar; see Makassar. 

Macclenny; see Maclenny. 

Maces Spring; P. 0. and E. R. station, 
Scott county, Va. (Not Mace Springs.) 

Machiasport; P. 0. and village, Wash- 
ington county. Me. (Not Machias 
Pprt.) 

Machir; landing, Ohio river, Mason 
county, W. Va. (Not Machir's.) 

Machump; see Mechumps. 

Mack; arch and reef, near Eogue river, 
Curry county, Oreg. (Not Mack's.) 

Mackay ; creek, ferry, and island at north 
point of entrance to New Landing river, 
Currituck sound, Washington county, 
N. C. (Not Mackeys.) 

Mackey; point, Savannah river, Chat- 
ham county, Ga. (Not Mackey' s.) 

Mackinac; island and strait connecting 
lakes Huron and Michigan. (Not Mack- 
inaw nor Michilimackinac.) 

Mackey; landing and P. 0., Ohio river, 
Greenup county, Ky. (Not Mackoy's.) 

Maclenny; county seat. Baker county, 
Fla. (Not Macclenny.) 

Macnair; islands. Saint Lawrence river, 
near Morristown, Saint Lawrence 
county, N. Y. (Not Macnair' s.) 

Macsville; township. Grant county, 
Minn. (Not Maesville.) 

Macum; creek on Kent island. Queen 
Anne county, Md. (Not Macums.) 

Maddaket; harbor, Nantucket island, 
Mass. (Not Matacut, etc.) 

Madeira; river of western Brazil, Sou h 
America. (Not Cayari nor Madera.) 

Madrid; see Tijeras. 

Mad River; P. 0. and township, Clark 
county, Ohio. (Not Madriver.) 

Maesville; see Macsville. 

Magdalen; island, Hudson river, about 
2 miles below Saugerties, in Dutclieos 
comity, N. Y. (Not Slippe Stein.) 



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Magdalena; bay, Lower California. 
(Not Bahia de la Magdalena.) 

Magellan; strait in Patagonia, South 
America. (Not Magalhaens.) 

Magellania; see Philippine. 

Mag'g'iore; lake in northern Italy. (Not 
Lac ]\Iajeur, Lago Maggiore, nor Lake 
of Locarno.) 

Magnolia; R. R. statfbn, Arapahoe 
county, Colo. (Not Duff not Schuyler.) 

Magnolia; see Duff. 

Magruder; R. R. station. Prince George 
county, Md. (Not Tuxedo.) 

Malian; post light, Ohio river, Hancock 
county, W. Va. (Not Mahan's.) 

Malianiongo; see Upper Mahantango. 

MahJceenac; see Stockbridge Bowl. 

Mahon; port and river, Delaware bay, 
Kent county, Del. (Not Mahon' s.) 

*Maiden Creek; P. 0. and township, 
Berks county, Pa. (Not Maidencreek.) 

Mailand; see Milan. 

Main; township, Columbia county, Pa. 
(Not Maine.) 

Maineville; P. O. and village, Warren 
county, Ohio. (Not Mainville.) 

Mainz; city, Germany. (NotMayence.) 

Major; run, Salem county, N. J. (Not 
Major's.) 

Majorca; the largest of the Balearic is- 
lands, Mediterranean sea. (NotMajor- 
que nor Mallorca.') 

Makassar; city and native state of Cele- 
bes. (Not Macassar, Mangkasar, Man- 
kasser, nor Vlaardingen.) 

Makassar; strait between Borneo and 
Celebes. (Not Macassar.) 

Makhnati; island and group of islets, 
Sitka harbor, Alaska. (Not Mokhnatoi, 
Rough, Rugged, nor Wooded.) 

Makran; see Mekran. 

MakusMn; bay, cape, valley, village, and 
volcano, TJnalaska island, eastern Aleu- 
tians, Alaska. (Not Makouchinskoy, 
etc.) 

Malade; county seat of Oneida county, 
Idaho. (Not Malad, Malad City, nor 
Malade City.) 

Maladetta; mountain peak, Pyrenees. 
(Not Monts Maudits.) 

Malakka; city, settlement, and strait, 
Malay peninsula. (Not Malacca, Ma- 
laya, nor Naning.) 

Malar; lake, Sweden. (Not Maelar, 
Maelaren, Malar, Malaren, nor Malarru) 



Malay; archipelago, Indian ocean. (Not 
Asiatic, Eastern, Indian, Malaisia, nor 
Malaysia.) 

Malay; peninsula, Asia. (Not Malacca 
nor Malaya.) 

Malco; see Marco. 

Maldive; islands, Indian ocean. (Not 
Maldivh, Malediven, nor Malediva.) 

Malin; see Fourche Maline. 

Mallorca; see Majorca. 

Malmo; seaport town in southern Swe- 
den. (Not Malmo nor Malmoe.) 

Mamacock; creek, New London county, 
Conn. (Not Pattaguansett river.) 

Mamajuda; island and lighthouse, De- 
troit river, Mich. (Not Mammy Judy.) 

Mammy Judy; see Mamajuda. 

Manby; point, entrance to Yakutat bay, 
Alaska. (Not Bolshoi, Boussole, nor 
Saint Elias. ) 

Manch.uria; grand division of the Chi- 
nese empire. (Not Manchooria, Mand- 
chouria, Mantchooria, Mantchuria, 
Mandshooria, Shingking, nor Tungsan- 
sheng.)" 

Mandalay; former capital of Burma. 
(Not Mandele, etc.) 

Mandata; see Bull Run. 

Manhasset; bay, neck, and village, 
north shore of Long island. Queens 
county, N. Y. (Not Cow Neck nor 
SintSink.) 

Manila; bay, city, and strait, Philippine 
islands. Pacific ocean. (Not Manilla.) 

Manipur; see Munjpur. 

Manistique; lakes, river, and town, 
Schoolcraft county, Mich. (Not INIon- 
istique.) ' 

Manitou; lake, Fulton county, Ind. 
(Not Manitu.) 

Manitou; P. O., precinct, and town, El 
Paso county, Colo. (Not ]\Ianitou 
Springs.) 

Mankasser; see Makassar. 

Manly; P. 0. and village, Moore coun- 
ty, N. C. (Not Manly Station.) 

Mann; creek, Washington county, Ida- 
ho. (Not Man.) 

Manomet; hill, point, and village, Plym- 
outh county, IMass. 

Mansfi.eld; borough, Allegheny county, 
Pa. (Not Mansfield Valley.) 

Mansker; post light, Mississippi river, 
Randolph county, 111. (Not Mans- 
ker' s.) 



Hap — Mat. 



142 



Maple; city, Cowley county, Kans. 

(Not Maple City.) 
Maple Valley; P. 0., King county, 

Wash. (Not Maplevalley.) 
Marabai; see Nyaasa. 
Maracaibo; city, gulf, and lake, Vene- 
zuela. (Not Maracaybo.) 
Marais des Cygnes; see Osage. 
Marais d' Ogee; see Meredosia. 
Maranhao; bay, city, island, and state, 

north coast of Brazil. (Not Maran- 

ham.) 
Marble; see Burntbridge. 
Marbury; landing and point. Prince 

George county, Md. (Not Marberry.) 
Marcella; P. 0., Morris county, N.J. 

(Not Greenville.) 
March; river, Austria. (Not Morava nor 

Morawa.) 
Marchand; rock, Saint Marys river, 

Mich. (Not Marchand's.) 
Marco; P.O. and pass, Lee county, Fla. 

(Not Malco.) 
Margaretsville ; P. O. and village, North- 
ampton county, N.C. (Not Margaretts- 

ville.) 
Mariana; see Ladrone. 
Marias; river in Montana. (Not Bear's, 

Kay-i-you, nor Maria's.) 
Mariguana; one of the Bahama islands. 

(Not Mayaguana.) 
Marinavo; creek, north coast of Cuba. 

(Not Maria Navo.) 
Marine; P. C, township, and village, 

"Washington county, Minn. (Not Ma- 
rine Mills.) 
Marocco; see Morocco. 
Marr Field; bar, Mississippi river, New 

Madrid county, Mo. (Not Marr's 

Field.) 
Marseille; city, southern France. (Not 

Marseilles.) 
Marsh; pond in Egremont, Berkshire 

county, Mass. (Not Joyners nor Joyner 

Marsh.) 
Marshall; point on Potomac river, Prince 

George county, Md. (Not Marshal. ) 
*MarshalltovpTi; county seat, P. 0., and 

township, Marshall county, Iowa. (Not 

Marshall.) 
Marshall; point, West Penobscot bay. 

Me. (Not Marshall's.) 
Marshelder; channel, in Burlington 

county, and creek and islands in Ocean 

county, N. J. (Not Marsh Elder.) 



Marshes; see Trap Hill. 

Marsh Fork; stream, Raleigh county, 

W. Va. (Not Marsh Fork of Coal 

river.) 
Martel; P. 0. and P. R. station, Lancastei 

county, Nebr. (Not Martell.) 
Martell; P. O. and township, Pierce 

coxmty, Wis. (Not Martel.) 
Martha; lakoj Snohomish county. Wash. 

(Not Martha's nor Marthen's ) 
Martha; see Santa Marta. 
Marthas Vineyard; island, Mass. (Not 

Martha's Vineyard.) 
Marticville; P. 0. and township, Lan- 
caster county, Pa. (Not Martic.) 
Martin; island, Columbia river, near 

Kalama, Wash. (Not Martin's.) 
Martin; reef, north end of Lake Huron, 

12 miles from Detour point, Chippewa 

county, Mich. (Not Martin's.) 
Martins Industry; light vessel and 

shoal off Port Royal sound, S. C. (Not 

Martin's Industry.) 
Mary; see Shelikof. 
Marydel; P. 0. and R. R. station on 

boundary line between Delaware and 

Maryland. (Not Marydell.) 
Marys River; post light, Mississippi 

river, Randolph county, 111. (Not Saint 

Marys nor Wabash.) 
Maryville; county seat of Blount coun- 
ty, Tenn. (Not Marysville.) 
Masab; see Mesabi. 
Mascarene; islands, Indian ocean. (Not 

Mascarenhas.) 
Mashed; see Meshed. 
Maskalonge; see Muskalonge. 
Maskat; seaport of Arabia, Indian ocean. 

(Not Mascat nor Muscat.) 
Mason; island and point of entrance to 

Mystic river. Conn. (Not Mason's.) 
Mason; island at junction of Illinois and 

Mississippi rivers, 111. (Not Mason's.) 
Massaua; island and town thereon. Red 

sea. (Not Massowah, Mussawwa, etc.) 
Massowah; see Massaua. 
Matacut; see Maddaket. 
Matadequin; creek, Hanover county, 

Va. (Not Matade Queen.) 
ifatamoras; see New Matamoras. 
Matapan; cape, southernmost point of 

Greece. (NotTaenarumnorTainaron.) 
Matawan; creek, point, and P. O., Mon- 
mouth county, N. J. (Not Mattawan, 

Matayan, nor Middletown.) 



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Mat — Mer. 



Mathews ; county seatof Mathews coun- 
ty, Va. (Not Matthews.) 
Mathews; point on Columbia river, 

Clarke county, Wash. (Not Matthew' s. ) 
Mathews; township, Kingsbury county, 

N. Dak. (Not Matthews.) 
Matochkin; strait separating Nova Zem- 

bla into two parts, Arctic ocean. (Not 

Matthew.) 
Matomkin; see Metomkin. 
Mattakeset; bay, Marthas Vineyard, 

Mass. (Not Matakessett.) 
Mattapoisett; harbor, P. O., and town. 

Buzzards bay, Mass. (Not Matta- 

poiset.) 
Mattaponi; river in eastern Virginia. 

(Not Mattapony.) 
Matteawan; P. 0. and village, Dutchess 

county, N. Y. (Not Mateawan.) 
Matthew; see Matochkin. 
Maugu; see Amur. 
Mauna Loa; volcano, Hawaii. (Not 

Mauna Roa.) 
Maupin; landing, Kanawha river. Mason 

county, W. Va. (Not Maupin's.) 
MaurelVs; see Murrell. 
Mauritius; island, Indian ocean. (Not 

Isle of France.) 
Maury; island, Puget sound. Wash. 

(Not Maury's.) 
Maxfield; point. Lake Memphremagog, 

Orleans county, Vt. (Not Maxfield' s. ) 
Maxwell; see Glacier. 
Mayaguana; see Mariguana. 
Mayday; P. 0. and township, Riley 

county, Kans. (Not May Day.) 
Mayence; see Mainz. 
Mayesville; P. 0. and township, Sumter 

coimty, S. C. (Not Maysville.) 
Mayhew; village, Lowndes county, Miss. 

(Not Mayhew's Station.) 
MayHang; see Mekong. 
Maylor Spit; post hght,Whidbey island. 

Island county. Wash. (Not Maylor' s. ) 
Mayo; beach, Wellfleet harbor. Cape Cod 

bay, Mass. (Not Mayo's.) 
Mays; gap in Grant county, W. Va. (Not 

Cosners.) 
Maysville; see Kaysville. 
Mazomanie; P. 0., township, and vil- 
lage, Dane county, Wis. (Not Mazo 

Manie.) 
Meaco; see Kyoto. 
Meade; county seat of Meade county, 

Kans. (Not Meade Center City.) 



Meade; river, northern Alaska. (Not 
Cogtua nor Kol-u-gru'a.) 

Meadows; P. 0., Prince George county, 
Md. (Not Centerville.) 

Mecca; see Mekka. 

Mechanic "Valley; P. O., Cecil county, 
Md. (Not Mechanics Valley.) 

*Mechanicsville ; P. O. and village, Sara- 
toga county, N. Y. (Not Mechanic- 
ville.) 

Mechescatauxin; see Sleeper. 

Mechoacan; see Michoacan. 

Mechum; creek, Fluvanna and Albe- 
marle counties, Va. (Not Mechunk nor 
Merchant.) 

Mechumps; creek, Hanover county, Va. 
(Not Mechums nor Machump.) 

Mehollan; see Mulholland. 

Mekinez; town in Morocco, Africa. (Not 
Mequinez, Mekines, Meknas, Meknes, 
nor Mekne.) 

Mekka; city, Arabia. (Not Mecca nor 
Mekkeh.) 

Mekong; river in southeastern Asia. 
(Not Cambodia, Lan-Thsang-Kiang, 
Lan-tsan, Maykiang, Me-Kong, Menam- 
Kong, Meikong, nor Mekhong.) 

Mekran; province and coast, Baluchistan. 
(Not Mukran nor Makran.) 

Me-kwah-mooks; see Alki. 

Melton; ledge, New London harbor, 
Conn. (Not Melton's.) 

Menominee; city and county, Mich. 
(Not Menomonee, etc.) 

Menominee; county seatof Dunn county, 
Wis. ; also river in Waukesha county, 
Wis. (Not Menomonie nor Menomo- 
nee.) 

Menorca; see Minorca. 

Mequacumtecum; see Paint. 

Merced; lake in San Francisco county, 
Cal. (Not Laguna de la Merced.) 

Merchant; see Mechum. 

Meredosia; P. 0., Morgan county. 111. 
(Not Meredosha nor Marais d'Ogee.) 

Merida; see Yucatan. 

Meridian; county seat of Lauderdale 
county. Miss. (Not Meridan.) 

Meridian; township, McPherson county, 
Kans. (Not Meriden.) 

Mermentau; lake, prairie, river, and 
town, Acadia parish, La. (Not Mer- 
menteau.) 

Merrellton; P. O. and P. R. station, 
Calhoun county, Ala. (Not Merrelton.) 



Mer— Mil. 



144 



Merrill Sliell Bank; lighthouse, Mis- 
sissippi sound, Miss. (Not Merrill's 
Shell Bank.) 

Merrimac; county in New Hampshire. 
(Not Merrimack.) 

Merrimac; P. 0., Butte county, Cal. 
(Not Merrimack.) 

Merrimac; P. 0., Jefferson county, Iowa. 
(Not Merrimack.) 

Merrimac; P. 0., Orange county, Fla. 
(Not Merrimack.) 

Merrimac; P. O., Sauk county. Wis. 
(Not Merrimack.) 

Merrimac; P. 0., Taylor county, Ky. 
(Not Merrimack.) 

Merrimac; river and town, Essex county, 
Mass. (Not Merrimack.) 

Merriman; bars, Ohio river, Allegheny 
county, Pa. (Not Merriman' s.) 

MerryTneeting; bay, Sagadahoc county. 
Me. (Not Merry Meeting.) 

Mesahi; range of hills in northern Minne- 
sota. (Not Masab, etc.) 

Meshed; city, Persia. (Not Mashad, 
Mashhad, IMesched, Meschid, Meshhed, 
nor Mushed.) 

Mesquite; bay, Aransas county, Tex. 
(Not Mezquit.) 

Meicalf; see Blackstone. 

*Metcalf; P. O. and village, Thomas 
county, Ga. (Not Metcalfe.) 

Methow; river, Kootenai county, Idaho. 
(NotMooyie.) 

Metomkin; inlet and point, Potomac 
river, King George county, Va. (Not 
Matomkin.) 

Mettawee; river, near Whitehall, Wash- 
ington county, N. Y. (Not Mettowee.) 

Meuse; river, Netherlands. (Not Mass, 
Maese, Mosa, nor Mouse.) 

Mexico; city and state, North America. 
(Not ]Megico, Mejico, nor Mesico.) 

Meyer; see Myer. 

Mezquit; see Mesquite. 

Mhoon; landing, Mississippi river, Tun- 
ica county. Miss. (Not Mhoon' s.) 

MiaJco; see Kyoto. 

Miami; P. 0. and township, Hamilton 
county, Ohio. (Not Miamitown.) 

Michigan; P. 0. and township, Nelson 

county, N. Dak. (Not Michigan City.) 

MicMlvmacJdnac; see Mackinac. 

Michipicoten; bay, island, and river, 

north shore of Lake Superior. (Not 

Michipicoten.) 



Michoacan; state, Mexico. (NotMeiiho- 
acan nor Valladolid.) 

Middlebranch; P. 0. and -s'illage, Stark 
county, Ohio. (Not Middle Branch.) 

Middlecreek; P. 0. and township, Sny- 
der county. Pa. (Not Middle Creek.) 

Middlecreek; township, Somerset coun- 
ty, Pa. (Not Middle Creek.) 

Middlefield; see Bancroft. 

Middle Ground; shoals, Quoddy roads, 
Passamaquoddy bay. Me. (Not Upper 
Middle Ground.) 

Middlepoint; P. O. and village, Van Wert 
county, Ohio. (Not Middle Point.) 

Middleton; township, Wood county, 
Ohio. (Not Middletown.) 

Middleton; see Shores. 

Middletown; P. O. and town, Henry 
county, Ind. (Not Middleton.) 

Middletown; see Matawan. 

Midgley; see Migley, 

Midland Junction; see Gilmore. 

Midvale; see Jutland. 

Migley; point on Lummi island, Wash- 
ington sound, Wash. (Not Midgley.) 

Miguel; see McGiU. 

Milan; city, Italy. (Not Mailand nor 
Milano.) 

Milburn; P. 0., R. R. station, and town- 
ship, Essex county, N. J. (Not Mill- 
burn.) 

Milburnton; P. 0., Greene county, 
Tenn. (Not Graysburg.) 

Miles; river, Talbot county, Md. (Not 
Millers nor Saint Michaels.) 

Milford; see Kresson. 

Milgrove; township, Steuben county, 
Ind. (Not Mill Grove.) 

Milinoket; lake, R. R. station, and 
stream, Penobscot county. Me. (Not 
]\Iihnokett, Millinockett, Millinoket, 
norMillinokett.) 

Mill, Mass. ; see Konkapot. 

Mill, Mont. ; see Agency. 

Millard ; P.O. , precinct, and R. R. station, 
Douglas county, Nebr. (Not Milliard.) 

Millburn; creek and v village, Nassau 
county, N. Y. (Not Milburn.) 

Mill creek; township, Clarion county. 
Pa. (Not Mill Creek.) 

Mill creek; township, Coshocton county, 
Ohio. (Not Mill Creek.) 

Millcreek; township, Lebanon county, 
Pa. (Not Mill Creek.) 

Milldam; see Streeter. 



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Mil- lion. 



Millers; see Miles. 

Millcrsburg; see Bethel. 

*Miller; P. O. and village, Lawrence 
county, Ohio. (Not Millersport.) 

Millg-ap; P. O., Highland county, Va. 
(Not Mill Gap.) 

Millhani; brook, Marlboro, Middlesex 
county, Mass. (Not Milham nor Wil- 
liams.) 

Milllieiin; borough and P. O., Center 
county. Pa, (Not Milheim.) 

Millicoma; river, Coos county, Oreg. 
(Not North Fork of Coos river.) 

Millikens Bend; P. 0., Mississippi riv- 
er, Madison parish. La. (Not Milli- 
ken's Bend.) 

Millspring; P. 0., Jefferson county, 
Tenn. (Not Mill Spring.) 

Millton; P. 0., Tooele county, Utah. 
(Not Mill nor Milton.) 

Milton; village, Dorchester county, Md. 
(Not Woolford.) 

Milton vale; city. Cloud county, Kans. 
(Not Miltonville.) 

Mina; see Cortlandt. 

Minas Basin; an arm of the Bay of 
Fundy, Nova Scotia. (Not Basin of 
Mines.) 

Minister; see Minster. 

Mink; creek in Marshall county, Ala. 
(Not Locus nor Lovetts.) 

Minneota; P. 0. and village, Lyon coun- 
ty, Minn. (Not Minnesota.) 

Minorca; one of the Balearic islands, 
Mediterranean sea. (NotMenorca.) 

Minots Ledg-e; lighthouse, Boston bay, 
Mass. (Not Minot's Ledge.) 

Minster; P. 0. and village, Auglaize 
county, Ohio. (Not Minister.) 

Miquelon; islands off south coast of New- 
foundland. (Not Langlade, Langley, 
nor Saint Pierre.) 

Miraflores; railroad junction. Orange 
county, Cal. (Not Mira Flores.) 

Mirey; brook, Cheshire county, N. H. 
(Not Muddy nor Valley.) 

Mirre; point on east coast of Neebish 
island. Saint Mary river, Mich. (Not 
Mirre' s.) 

Mishicott; P.O. and township, Manito- 
woc county, Wis. (Not Mishicot.) 

Mission; mountain range, Flathead 
county, Mont. (Not Kootenai.) 

M S— 03 10 



Mississauga strait between Cockbum 

and Grand Manitoulin island, Lake 

Huron. (Not Mississagua.) 
Mississinawa; township, Darke county, 

Ohio. (Not Mississinewa.) 
Mitchell; landing and point, Mississippi 

river, Dyer county, Tenn. (Not Mitch- 
ell's.) 
Mitchell; township, Sheboygan county, 

Wis. (Not Mitchel.) 
Mitchells; see Daniel. 
Mitchellville; see Mullikin. 
Mitcheltree; township, Martin county, 

Ind. (Not Michelltree.) 
Mitkof ; island, east of Kupreanof island, 

Alexander archipelago, southeastern 

Alaska. (Not Mitgoff.) 
Mitrofania; bay, harbor, and island, 

northeast from the Shumagins, Alaska. 

(Not Mitrofa.) 
Mittineague; P. O. and village, West 

Springfield, Hampden county, Mass. 

(Not Mittineaque.) 
Mobjack; bay, nearmouth of York river, 

Gloucester county, Va. (Not Mob 

Jack.) 
Moclips; river, Queniult reservation, 

Wash. (Not Nemotolipse.) 
Mogador; seaport town, Morocco, Africa, 

(Not Mogadore, Mogodor, Suera, Suira, 

Suirah, etc.) 
Mohave; desert, river, and town. CaL 

(Not Mohave City nor Mojave.) 
Mojave; see Mohave. 
Mokhnaioi; see Makhnati. 
Molina; P. 0. and village. Pike county, 

Ga. (Not Molena.) 
Molitor; township, Taylor county. Wis. 

(Not Monitor.) 
MoUusk; P. O., Lancaster county, Va. 

(Not Molusk.) 
MoUy Wheaton's; see Wheaton. 
Molonko; see Zambezi. 
Monadnock; see Dublin. 
Monegaw Springs; P. O. and town- 
ship. Saint Clair county, Mo. (Not 

Monegan.) 
Monistique; see Manistique. 
Monitor; see Molitor. 
Mono; see Morro. 
Monomoy; island, light, and point, Cape 

Cod, Mass. (NotMononomy.) 
Monroe; borough and township, Brad- 
ford county. Pa. '^Not Moni-oeton.) 



lion— Mor. 



146 



Monroe; P. 0. and R. E.. station, Sus- 
sex county, N. J. (Not Monroe Corner 
nor Monroe Corners.) 

Monroeville; P. 0. and E. E. station, 
Salem county, N. J. (Not Monroe nor 
Monroeville Station.) 

Montara; mountain and point, San 
Mateo county, Cal. (Not Montora.) 

Montbrook; P. 0. and R. E. station, 
Levy county, Fla. (Not Ambler nor 
Phoenix.) 

Montclair; P. O. and township, Essex 
county, N. J. (Not Mont Clair.) 

Monte; see Elmonte. 

Montenegro; country of Europe. (Not 
Cernogora, Crna Gora, Kara Dagh, nor 
Tzernogora.) 

Monterville; P. 0., Eandolph county, 
W. Va. (Not Monteville.) 

Montier; P. 0. and township, Shannon 
county, Mo. (Not Monteer.) 

Monis Maudits; see Maladetta. 

Montsweag; bay, P. O., and river, 
Sagadahoc county, Me. (Not Mont- 
seag.) 

Monty; bay and point in Lake Cham- 
plain, Clinton county, N. Y. (Not 
Monti.) 

Monument; beach, river, and village at 
head of Buzzards bay, Mass. (Not 
Monumet.) 

Monument; see Brace. 

Moodna; creek, Orange county, N. Y. 
(Not Miu-derers nor Murdner's.) 

Mooney; see Kegan. 

Moore ; creek, tributary to Madison river, 
Madison county, Mont. (Not Slade.) 

Moore; point, Lake Erie, near Catawba 
island, Ottawa county, Ohio. (Not 
Moore's.) 

Moore; see Slade. 

Moore Dock ; post light, Wellesley island, 
Saint Lawrence river, near Fisher land- 
ing, Jefferson county, N. Y. (Not 
Moore's Dock.) 

Moorefield; P. 0. and village, Switzer- 
land county, Ind. (Not Moorfield.) 

Moorefield; river, tributary to the south 
branch of the Potomac at Moorefield, 
W. Va. (Not South Fork of Potomac.) 

Moorzook; see Murzuk. 

Moosabec Reacli; lighthouse, Washing- 
ton county, Me. (Not Moose-a-bec 
Reach.) 



Mooselookmeg-untic; lake in Maine. 
(Not Mooselocmaguntic, etc.) 

Mooyie; see Methow. 

Moran; city and P. O., Allen county, 
Kans. (Not Moran town.) 

Morava; see March. 

Moray; county and firth, Scotland. 
(Not Elgin, Elginshire, Moray-Shire, 
Murray, nor Murrayshire.) 

Morea; P. 0. and E. R. station, Schuyl- 
kill county. Pa. (Not Morea Colliery.) 

Moreau; see Owl. 

Morelaw; see Morlan. 

Moretz; P. 0. in Watauga county, N. 0. 
(Not Moretz Mill.) 

Morgan; bend and crevasse, Mississippi 
river, Pointe Coupee parish. La. (Not 
Morgan's nor Morganza.) 

Morgan; point, Fishers Island sound, 
near Noank, New London county, 
-Conn. (Not Morgan's.) 

Morgan; point, Mississippi river, Missis- 
sippi county. Ark. (Not Morgan's.) 

Morgan; point, reef, and shoal. Lake 
Michigan, Cook county. 111. (Not 
Morgan's.) 

Morganza; crevasse, landing, and plan- 
tation on Mississippi river, Pointe Cou- 
pee parish, La. (Not Morganzia.) 

Morlan; township, Graham county, 
Kans. (Not Morland nor Morelaw.) 

Morocco; capital of the western king- 

. dom of Barbary, Africa. (Not Mar 
rocco, Maroc, Marokko, etc.) 

Morozofskoi; see Cold. 

MorrUVs; see Murrell. 

Morris; cove. New Haven harbor, Conn. 
(Not Morris'.) 

Morris Mountain; see Bannock. 

Morrison; landing, Mississippi river, 
New Madrid county, Mo. (Not Mor- 
rison's.) 

Morrison; landing, Ohio river, 4 miles 
below Smithland, Livingston county, 
Ky. (Not Morrison's.) 

Morro; bay, creek, rock, and town, San 
Luis Obispo coimty, Cal. (Not Mono, 
Moro, nor El Morro.) 

Morro de Sao Paulo; the northern ex- 
tremity of Tinhar^ island, coast of Bra- 
ziU (Not Morro de Santo Paulo.) 

Morskoi; see Sea. 

Morzhovoi; bay and village at western 
end of Alaska peninsula, Alaska. (Not 
Morzuvi.) 



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Mos — Map. 



Mosa; see Meuse. 

Moshy; see Goodbyg. 

Mosco-w; city, Russia. (Not Moskva.) 

Moses; see Sinai. 

Moskva; river, Russia, (NotMoskwa.) 

Mosquito; inlet, Volusia county, east 
coast of Florida. (Not Musquito.) 

Moss; creek, Mariposa county, Cal. 
(Not Moss Canon.) 

Moss; see Horse Island. 

Mother; lake near Minneapolis, Minn. 
(NotMuther.) 

Mott; point, Manhasset bay and Hemp- 
stead bay, Nassau county, Long Island, 
N.Y. (NotMott's.) 

Mound; city, Linn county, Kans. (Not 
Mound City.) 

Mountain; point, Anne Arundel county, 
Md. (Not Stony.) 

MountaingTOve ; P. O., Bath county, 
Va. (Not Mountain Grove.) 

Mountain Mirror; see Averic. 

Mount Haley; township, Midland coun- 
ty, Mich. (Not Hayley.) 

Mount Harmon; P. 0., Warren county, 
N.J. (Not Mount Herman.) 

Mount Holly Springs; borough and 
P.O., Cumberland county. Pa. (Not 
Mount Holly Spring.) 

Mount Hope; city, Sedgwick county, 
Kans. (Not Mounthope.) 

Mount Jackson; see Llao. 

Mountjoy township, Adams county, 
Pa. (Not Mount Joy.) 

Mount Lemond; see Ben Lomond. 

Mount Marion; R. R. station and vil- 
lage, Ulster county, N. Y. (Not Cock- 
burn.) 

Mount Tabor; see Tabor. 

Mount Whitney No. 1; see Corcoran. 

Mouse; see Meuse. 

Movers; see Mower. 

Moweaqua; P. O., township, "and village, 
Shelby county. 111. (Not Mowequa.) 

Mower; R. R. station, Salem county, 
N. J. (Not Movers nor Mowers.) 

Mozambique; channel, city, and terri- 
tory, eastern Africa. (Not Mosam- 
bique.) 

Msaga; see Tanganyika. 

Muckilteo; P. O., precinct, and R. R. 
station, Snohomish county, Wash. 
(Not Mukilteo, Muckleteo, etc.) 



Muckinipattis; creek in Delaware 

county. Pa. (Not Muskinipates nor 

Munckinipattus, etc.) 
Mud; lake, an expansion of Saint Marya 

river, Mich. (Not Muddy.) 
Mud; see Ganargua. 

Mudds; landing, Mississippi river, Ran- 
dolph county. 111. (Not Mudd's.) 
Muddy; see Mirey. 
Muddycreek; township, Butler county, 

Pa. (Not Muddy Creek.) 
Muir Butte; see Cone. 
Mukran; see ]\lekran. 
Mulholland; point, Campobello island. 

New Brunswick. (Not Mehollan, etc.) 
Mullally; township, Harlan county, 

Nebr. (Not Mullalley.) 
Mull Dike; post lights, Hudson river, 

near Coeyman, Albany county, N. Y. 

(Not Mull's Dike.) 
MuUica; river in central New Jersey. 

(Not Atsion nor MuUicas.) 
MuUikin; P. O. and R. R. station, Prince 

George coimty, Md. (Not Mitchell- 

ville.) 
MuUinville; city and P. 0., Kiowa 

coimty, Kans. (Not Mullen ville.) 
Mull Plaat; island, Hudson river, Rens- 
selaer county, N. Y. (Not Mull'a 

Plaat.) 
Mundale; see West Parish. 
Mundy; landing, Mississippi river, 14 

miles below Hannibal, Mo. (Not 

Mundy's.) 
Munich.; city, Bavaria. (Not Munchen 

nor Miinchen.) 
Munjpur; city and state, British India. 

(Not Manipur, Munnepoor, etc.) 
Munnepoor; see Munjpur. 
Munroe; see California. 
Murderers; see Moodna. 
Murdner^s; see Moodna. 
Murphrees; valley, Blount county, Ala 

(Not Murphrey's.) 
Murphy; island, Mississippi river, 18 

miles below Hannibal, Mo. (Not 

Murphy's.) 
Murphy Island; post lights. Saint 

Johns river, above Palatka, Fla. (Not 

Murphy's Island.) 
Murray; P. 0. and village, Orleans coun- 
ty, N. Y. (Not Sandy Creek.) 
Murray; see Fancher. 



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Murray; see Moray. 

Murrell; inlet, Horry county, northern 
coast of South Carolina. (Not Mau- 
rell'a nor Morrill's.) 

Murrieta; P. 0., precinct, and R. R. sta- 
tion, Riverside county, Cal. (Not Mur- 
rietta.) 

Murziik; city in Fezzan, northern Af- 
rica. (Not Moorzook nor Mourzouk.) 

Muscat; see Maskat. 

Muscavedder; see Muscovalley. 

Muscle Fork; see Mussel Fork. 

Muscle Shoals; series of rapids in Ten- 
nessee river, south border of Lauder- 
dale county, Ala. (Not Mussel Shoals.) 

Muscogee ; town and district. Creek Na- 
tion, Ind. T. (Not Muskogee.) 

Muscovalley; post light, Mississippi 
river, Hickman county, Ky. (Not 
Muscavedder.) 

Muscovy; see Russia. 

Mushed; see Meshed. 

Muskalonge; bay and creek, Jefferson 
county, N. Y. (Not Maskalonge, etc.) 

Musldnipates; see Muckinipattis.) 

Muskogee; see Muscogee. 

Musquiz; canyon, Brewster and Jeff 
Davis counties, Tex. (Not Musquis.) 

*Musselfork; P. 0. and township, Char- 
iton county, Mo. (Not Muscle Fork.) 

Mussel Shoak; see Muscle Shoals. 

Mustag; see Karakoram. 

Mula; see Albert Nyanza. 

Muiher; see Mother. 

3r Woolen N'zige; see Albert Nyanza. 

Myer; fort, Alexandria county, Va. (Not 
Meyer.) 

Myers; P. O. and R. R. station, Greene 
county, Tenn. (Not Rader.) 

Myrtle Point; precinct and town, Coos 
county, Greg. (Not Myrtlepoint.) 

Mystic; see Ram. 

N. 

Naches; pass and river, Yakima county, 

Wash. (NotNathess, Natchess, Natchez, 

nor Nah-cheeze. ) 
Nagai; island; one of the Shumagin 

islands, Alaska. (NotNagay.) 
Nagasaki; seaport town, Japan. (Not 

Nangasaki.) 
Nagg; island, Maumee bay, Lake Erie, 

near Toledo, Ghio. (Not Nagg's.) 
Nags Head; P. G., Dare county, N. C. 

(Not Nag's Head.) 



Nah-wah; seeLolo. 

Nails; creek, Blount county, Tenn. 

(Not Devil's nor Nale.) 
Nakchamik; island; one of the Semidi 

islands, Alaska. (Not Nachamik.) 
Naknek; lake, river, and village, near 

Bristol bay, Alaska. (Not Nagnek.) 
Nakwasina; passage separating Halleck 

island from Baranof island, southeast- 
ern Alaska. (Not Nakvasina, Nakwa- 

sinskaia, Noquashinski, nor Little 

Noquashinski.) 
Naning; see Malakka. 
Naniwa; see Osaka. 
Nankin; capital, province of Kiangsu, 

China. (Not Kiang-ning nor Nanking, 

etc.) 
Nanling; mountains, China. (Not Nan 

Ling, Nan-Ling, nor Nan-Shan.) 
Nantahala; mountain, river, and village, 

western North Carolina. (Not Nante- 

halah, etc.) 
Nantasket; beach, gut, hill, roads, and 

village, Norfolk county, Mass. (Not 

Nautaskett. ) 
Naples; bay and city, Italy. (Not Na- 

poli.) 
Naples; see Sicilies, The Two. 
Narello; see Barrilla. 
Narragansett; bay, beach, pier, and 

village, Washington county, R. 1. (Not 

Narraganset.) 
Nash; island. Pleasant bay, Washington 

county. Me. (Not Nash's.) 
Nasketucket; bay and river, Buzzards 

bay, Bristol county, Mass. (Not Nas- 

ketuckett. ) 
Nassau; point, Peconic bay, Suffolk 

county. Long island. (Not Little Hog 

Neck.) 
Natal; town, south Africa. (NotCiudad 

dos Reis.) 
Natchez, Tex. ; see Neches. 
Natchez, Wash. ; see Naches. 
*National; P. 0. and village, Logan 

county, Ark. (Not National Springs.) 
Nauset; beach and beacons, east coast of 

Cape Cod, Mass. (Not Nausett.) 
Navehill; village. Union county, Tenn. 

(Not Nave Hill.) 
Navesink; beach, lights, and river, near 

entrance to New York harbor, Mon- 
mouth county, N. J. (Not Nevereink, 

etc.) 
Navigators; see Samoa. 



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Nda — IVew, 



N'dar; see Saint Louis. 

Neabsco; creek, tributary to Potomac 
river, Prince William county, Va. (Not 
Neapsico.) 

Neagh; see Lough Neagh. 

Neah; bay, P. 0., and village, Makah 
reservation, northwestern Washington. 
(NotNeeah.) 

Neal Island; post lights, Ohio river, 3 
miles above ParkersburgjW.Va. (Not 
Neal's Island.) 

Neches; river in eastern Texas. (Not 
Natchez.) 

Necoxie; creek, Clatsop county, Oreg. 
(Not Ne-koxa.) 

Nedor; see Tidmore. 

Ned; point, Mattapoisett harbor. Buz- 
zards bay, Mass. (Not Ned's.) 

Ned; point; the northwestern point of 
East Neebish island, Saint Marys river, 
Mich. (Not Ned's.) 

Nedjed: elevated district, central Ara- 
bia. (Not Negd, Nejd, nor Nejid.) 

Neebish.; island in Saint Marys river, 
Mich. (Not Saint Tammany.) 

Neel; landing, Ohio river, Beaver coun- 
ty, Pa. (Not Neel's.) 

Neely; landing and post light, Missis- 
sippi river, Cape Girardeau comity, 
Mo. (Not Neely's.) 

Neepigon; see Nipigon. 

Negro; island, Wood Island harbor, 
Saco bay, Me. (Not Tappan . ) 

Nehalem; bay and river, Clatsop and 
Tillamook counties, Oreg. 

Neily; militia district and P. 0., Telfair 
county, Ga. (Not Nielly.) 

Nekanakum; river, Clatsop county, 
Oreg. (Not Clatson norNecanicum.) 

Nemotolipse; see Moclips. 

Neosho; river, Indian Territory and 
Kansas. (Not Grand.) 

Neponset; river and village near Bos- 
ton, Mass. (Not Neponsett.) 

Nequasset; brook and Lake, Sagadahoc 
county, Me. (Not Nequassett.) 

Nesco; post village, Atlantic county, 
N. J. (Not New Columbia.) 

Nesochaque; creek, Atlantic county, 
N. J. (Not West Mill Stream.) 

Ness; city, Ness county, Kans. (Not 
Ness City.) 

Nesselroad; P. 0., Jackson county, W. 
Va. (Not Nessel rode.) 



Nester; P. O., Carroll county, "Va. (Not 

Nestor.) 

Nestugga ; river, Tillamook (tounty, Oreg. 
(Not Nestucca. ) 

Netherlands; country, Europe. (Not 
Holland, Low Countries, Nederlanden, 
Niederlande, nor Pays Bas.) 

Nettle Creek ; township, Randolph coun- 
ty, Ind. (Not Nettle.) 

Neuces; see Nueces. 

Neuchatel; canton, lake, and town, 
Switzerland. (Not Neuenburg nor 
Neufchatel.) 

Neuenburg; see Neuchatel. 

Neuskahl; creek, tributary to Grays 
harbor, Chehalis county, Wash. 

Neuwevelt; see Nieuwvelt. 

Nevada de Sahama; see Sahama. 

Neville ; island in Ohio river, Allegheny 
county. Pa. (Not Long nor Seven 
Mile.) 

Nevins; township, Vigo county, Ind. 
(NotNevino.) 

New, Mass. ; see Centerville. 

New, N. J. ; see Little Egg. 

New Archangel; see Sitka. 

Newark; P.O. and village. Independence 
county, Ark. (Not New Ark.) 

Newaukum; creek, King county, Wash. 
(Not Newauken.) 

Newborn; county seat of Craven county, 
N.C. (Not New Bern.) 

Newborn; P. 0., precinct, and village, 
Ilale county, Ala. (Not New Berne.) 

Newborn; township, Dickinson county, 
Kans. (Not Newburn.) 

Newberry; county seat of Luce county, 
Mich. (Not Newburg.) 

Newbold; island, Delaware River, Bur- 
lington county, N. J. (Not Newbold's.) 

New Brooklyn; see South Plainfield. 

Newcastle; P. O. and township, Dixon 
county, Nebr. (Not New Castle.) 

Newcastle; P, 0. and township, Lincoln 
county. Me. (Not New Cast'.e.) 

Newcastle ; township, Schuylkill county, 
Pa. (Not New Castle.) 

New-chwang; see Niuchwang. 

New Columbia; see Nesco. 

New Camerstown; P. 0. and village, 
Tuscarawas county, Ohio. (Not New- 
comers village.) 

New Cut Off; see Cutoff. 

Newfane ; P. O. and R. R. station, Niag- 
ara county, N. Y. (Not New Fane.) 



New — IVor. 



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New Flat Creek; village, Union county, 
Tenn. (Not New Flatcreek.) 

New Germany; see Folsom. 

New Giiinea; island, Malay archipelago. 
(Not Papua nor Papualand.) 

Neio Leon; see Nuevo Leon. 

Newman Grove; P. O. and village, Mad- 
ison county, Nebr. (Not Newman's.) 

New Matamoras; P. 0. and village, 
Washington coimty, Ohio. (Not Mat- 
amoras.) 

New Meadows; river between Cumber- 
land and Sagadahoc counties, Me. 
(Not Meadow nor Stevens.) 

*Newpaltz; P. 0., township, and village, 
Ulster county, N. Y. (Not New Peltz. ) 

New Philadelphia ;R. R. station, 
Schuylkill county, Pa. (Not Silver 
Creek.) 

New Philadelphia; see Philadelphia. 

Newport; beat, P. 0., and village, At- 
tala county. Miss. (Not New Port.) 

Newport; township, Johnson county, 
Iowa. (Not New Port.) 

NewPrag'ue; P. 0. and village, Scott 
county, Minn. (Not Prague.) 

New Redding; see Redding. 

New River; P. 0., and village, Scott 
county, Tenn. (Not Newriver.) 

New Santander; see Tamaulipas. 

Newsom; landing, Mississippi river. 
New Madrid county, Mo. (Not New- 
som' s.) 

New South; see Davis South. 

New Sweden; P. 0., Travis county, 
Tex. (Not New Sweeden.) 

Newton; see Pine. 

Newtown; see Whitehall. 

Niagara; P. 0., Marion county, Oreg. 
(Not Niagora.) 

Nice; shoal between Grand island and 
Tonawanda island, Niagara river, N. Y. 
(Not Nice's.) 

Nichols; P. O. and village, Muscatine 
coxmty, Iowa. (Not Nichol.) 

Nichols Point; shoal off Shelter island, 
Gardiners bay, Suffolk county, N. Y. 
(Not Nichols' Point.) 

Nickajack; creek and P.O., Cobb coim- 
ty, Ga. (Not Nicojack.) 

Nicobar; islands, Indian ocean. (Not 
Nikobar.) 

Nicol; R. R. station in Egan, Dakota 
county, Minn. (Not Nichols.) 



Nielly; see Neily. 

Nieuwvelt; mountain range in Cape 

Colony, south Africa. (NotNeuwevelt 

nor Neuwveld.) 
Niga To; see Yukon. 
Niger; river, western Africa. (Not Jo- 

liba, Kouara, Kowara, Kwara, Kworra, 

nor Quorra.) 
Nigritia; see Sudan. 
Nijni Novogorod; see Nizhni Novgorod. 
Nikolas; see Cozian. 
Nikolski; village,Umnak island, eastern 

Aleutians, Alaska. (Not Nikolsky.) 
Niobrara; river, Nebraska. (Not L'Eau 

qui Court.) 
Nipigon; bay, lake, and river, north 

shore of Lake Superior. (Not Nee- 

pigon.) 
Nipomo; land grant, P. 0., and R. R. 

station, San Luis Obispo county, Cal. 

(Not Nimpomo nor Nipoma.) 
Nipon; see Japan. 

Nishnabotna; P. O. and township, At- 
chison county. Mo. (Not Nishnabo- 

tona.) 
Nisqually; glacier, Indian reservation 

and river, Wash. (Not Askwalli, Nas- 

qually, Nesqually, Nezqually, Niskwali, 

Niskwalli, nor N'skwali.) 
Niuchwang; treaty port of province of 

Liaottmg, China. (Not New-chwang, 

Niew-chwang, Niutschuan, etc.) 
Nizhni Novgorod; city and government, 

central Russia. (Not Nijni, Nijnii, Nij- 

niy, Nischnii, Nizhnee, nor Novogo- 
rod.) 
Nobscot; P. O., Middlesex county, Mass. 

(Not North Framingham.) 
Noland; creek in Swain county, N. C. 

(Not Nolen.) 
Nolen; see Noland. 
Nolichucky; river in eastern Tennessee. 

(NotNolachucky nor Nolechucky, etc.) 
Nomini Grove; P. O., Westmoreland 

county, Va. (Not Nominy Grove.) 
Nonamesset; island and point, Vineyard 

sound, Mass. (Not Nonamessett.) 
Nooksak; town and river, Whatcom 

county, Wash. (Not Nooksack, Nook- 

sahk, nor Nooksacht.) 
Noo-nar-book; see Big Diomede. 
Noquashinski; see Nakwasina. 
Nordyke ; P. O. , Washington county, Va. 

(Not Nordick nor Nordik.) 



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Nor— Obi. 



Normahigg-in; brook, Union county, 

N. J. (Not Normahiggan.) 
North; islands, Chandeleur sound. La. 

(Not North Keys.) 
Nortli; point, Coos bay, Oregon. (Not 

North Bend.) 
Norlh Bald; see San Antonio. 
North Becket; see Becket. 
North Branch; city, Jewell county, 

Kans. (Not North branch.) 
North Branch: river, tributary to Park 

river, Hartford county, Conn. (Not 

Woods.) 
Northeast; borough, P. O., and town- 
ship, Erie county. Pa. (Not North- 

East.) 
NorUi Fork of the Arkansas; see Cache la 

Poudre. 
North Forkof Cheyenne; see Belle Fourche. 
North Fork of Coos; see Millicoma. 
North Fork of Tuolumne; river in 

Tuolumne county, Cal. (Not Eeturn 

Creek nor North Fork.) 
North Fork Twelvemile; see Twelvemile. 
North Framingham; see Nobscot. 
North Haven; peninsula near Sag Har- 
bor, Suffolk county, Long Island, N. Y. 

(Not Hog Neck.) 
North Islesboro; P. 0. and village in 

town of Islesboro, Waldo county, Me. 
(Not North Isleborough.) 
Northmoreland; township, Wyoming 

county. Pa. (Not North Moreland.) 
North Momch; see Willis. 
North Puyallup; see Willis. 
North Samish; see Edison. 
North; landing and P. 0., Ohio river, 

Ohio comity, Ind. (Not North's Land- 



ing-) 



North-west; P. 0. and township, Wil- 
liams comity, Ohio. (Not North West.) 

Norton; island, about 5 miles from 
South Thomaston, Knox county. Me. 
(Not Norton's.) 

Norton; island, Pleasant bay, Washing- 
ton comity, Me. (Not Norton's.) 

Norton Island; ledge, near Norton 
island, Penobscot bay. Me. (Not 
Norton's Island.) 

Norton Island; ledge, near Norton 
island, Pleasant bay. Me. (Not Nor- 
ton's Island.) 

Nossi Burrah; see Saiate Marie. 



Nottely; river, TTnion county, Ga., and 

Cherokee county, N. C. (Not Notely, 

Nottelley, Nottla, etc.) 
Nova Zembla; group of large islands, 

Arctic ocean. (Not Novaya Zemlya, 

etc.) 
Nowburg; see Newberry. 
Noyes; rock at entrance to Stonington 

harbor, Fishers Island sound. Conn. 

(Not Noyes'.) 
Nueces; river in southern Texas. (Not 

Neuces.) 
Nuevitas; seaport town, northeast coast 

of Cuba. (Not Las Neuvitas del Prin- 
cipe.) 
Nuevo Iieon; state, northern Mexico. 

(Not New Leon.) 
Nuklukayet; village on the middle Yu- 
kon, Alaska. (Not Nuklukahyet, Nuk- 

lukyet, nor Tuklukyet.) 
Nunivak; island, Bering sea, Alaska. 

(Not Nounivak, etc.) 
Nushagak; lake and river, tributary to 

Bristol bay, Alaska. (Not Nouchagak, 

etc.) 
Nutter; the northern point of entrance 

to Goose cove. Mount Desert island. Me. 
(Not Dix.) 
Nutter's; see Dix. 
Nuwuk; Eskimo village at Point Barrow, 

Alaska. (Not Noo-wook, etc.) 
Nyassa; lake, southeastern Africa. (Not 

Marabai, Maravi, Neassa, Nyasa, nor 

N'yassa.) 
Nye; sunken ledge. Buzzards bay, Mass. 
(Not Nye's.) 

o. 

Oahu; one of the Hawaiian islands, Pacific 
ocean. (Not Wahoo nor Waohoo.) 

Oakdale; P. 0. and township, Monroe 
county, Wis. (Not Oak Dale.) 

Oakes; landing, Ohio river, Washington 
county, Ohio. (Not Oakes'.) 

Oakwood; P.O. and R. R. station, Cayuga 
county, N. Y, (Not Springport.) 

Oaxaca; capital city and state, southern 
Mexico. (Not Guaxaca nor Oajaca.) 

Ob; gulf and river, northern Siberia. 
(Not As, Obe, Obi, Oby, Omar, nor Yag.) 

Obey; river, northern Tennessee, tribu- 
tary to the Cumberland. (Not Ohie' s. ) 

Obligation; see Butlers. 



Oca — Oos. 



152 



Ocala; county seat and lake, Marion 
county, Fla. (Not Ocola.) 

Oceanic; village, Monmouth county, 
N. J. (Not Oceania nor Port Wash- 
ington.) 

Ochlockonee; militia district, P. 0.,and 
village, Thomas county, Ga. (Not 
Ochlochnee.) 

OciUa; see Aucilla. 

Ockanagan; see Okanogan. 

Ockoocanganset; hill, Marlboro, Mid- 
dlesex county, Mass. (Not Ockcooan- 
ganset, etc.) 

Oconalufty; P. 0. and river, Swain 
county, N. 0. (Not Ocona Lufty.) 

Oder; river, Germany. (Not Vjodr.) 

Odessa; P. 0., Newcastle county, Del. 
(Not Odessey.) 

O'Donnel; landing, Mississippi river, 
Mississippi county. Ark. (Not O'Don- 
nell's.) 

Oelrichs; P. O. and R. R. station. Fall 
River county, S. Dak. (Not Oehlrichs.) 

0£Futt; P. 0. and R. R. station, Ander- 
son county, Tenn. (Not Cane Creek.) 

Ogalalla; county seat of Keith county, 
Nebr. (Not Ogallala.) 

Ogden; landing and P. O., Ohio river, 
Ballard county, Ky. (Not Ogden's.) 

Ogden Mine; see Edison. 

Ogeechee; river, eastern Georgia, trib- 
utary to Ossabaw sound. (Not Big 
Ogeechee.) 

Ogier; point, Penobscot bay, near Cam- 
den, Knox county. Me. (Not Ojier.) 

Ogleton; lake, Anne Arundel county, 
Md. (Not Cat Hole Creek nor Cat Fish 
Hole.) 

Ogreeta; P. O., Cherokee county, N. C. 
(Not Ogreta.) 

Ohatchee; creek, district, P. 0., and 
R. R. station, Calhoun county, Ala. 
(Not Ohatchie.) 

Ohjai; see Otay. 

Ojier; see Ogier. 

Okanogan; coimty, fort, and river trib- 
utary to the Columbia, Wash. (Not 
Okinakane, etc.) 

Okanogan; lake and town, British Co- 
Imnbia. (Not Ockanagan, etc.) 

Okechobee; lake, southern Florida. 
(Not Okeechobee.) 

OJcho; see Hoko. 



Oklawaha; river, tributary to the Saviit 
Johns, Marion and Putnam counties, 
Fla. (Not OcUwaha.) 

* Okmulgee; creek, district, and town, 
Creek Nation, Ind. T. (Not Ockmul- 
gee nor Okmulkee.) 

Okoee; river in Tennessee. The part in 
Georgia is called Toccoa. 

Okoee; see Toccoa. 

Old Baldy; see San Antonio. 

Old Duck; see Duck. 

Old Harbor; island, Chandeleur sound. 
La. (Not Old Harbor Keys.) 

Old Harbor; see Starrigavan. 

Old Maid Crossing; post light, Ohio 
river, 3 miles above Smithland, Living- 
ston county, Ky. (Not Old Maid's 
Crossing.) 

Old Maid Place; lighthouse, Whitehall 
Narrows, Lake Champlain, Vt. (Not 
Old Maid's Place.) 

Oldmans; creek, point, and township, 
Salem county, N. J. (Not Oldman, 
Oldman Creek, nor Old Man's Point.) 

Old Mount Whitney; see Corcoran. 

Old. Town; village near Charleston, S. 0. 
(Not Saint Mary's nor Old Town Land- 
ing-) 

Old Tovm; see Saint Francis. 

Oliver; reef, north side of Hatteras inlet, 
N. C. (Not Oliver's.) 

Olsburg; Pottawatomie county, Kana. 
(Not Olesburg.) 

Omar; see Ob. 

Onaqui; mountains, Tooele county, Utah. 
(Not Aqui.) 

Oneota; see Upper Iowa. 

Ong; crossroads, locality, or village, 
Burlington county, N. J. (Not Ong 
Hat nor Ong's Hat.) 

Ong; run, Burlington county, N. J. (Not 
Ong's nor Oreg.) 

Ontario; province. Dominion of Canada. 
(Not Upper Canada nor Canada West.) 

Onteora; park and mountain, Catskills, 
Greene county, N. Y. (Not Ontiora.) 

Ooghe-a-book; see King. 

Oolenoy; creek, Pickens county, S. 0. 
(Not Illinois nor Oolenoe.) 

Oologah; P. O. and R. R. station, Chero- 
kee Nation, Ind. T. (Not Oolagah.) 

Oorga; see Urga. 

Oostanaula; creek, McMinn county, 
Tenn. (Not Eastanaula.) 



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Oot — Oze. 



Oothkalooga; creek, Gordon and Bar- 
tow counties, Ga. (Not Oothcalooga. ) 
Ootkeavie; U. S. meteorological station, 

near Point Barrow, northern Alaska. 

(Not Uglaamie, etc. ) 
Oozbekistan; see Bokhara. 
Opossum; see Possum. 
Orangehome; P. O. and R. R. station, 

Sumter county, Fla. (Not Orange 

Home.) 
Orange Mound; see Bear. 
Oranoken; creek, Cumberland coimty, 

N. J. (Not Oranoaken.) 
Oraville; P. 0. and village, Jackson 

county, 111. (Not Ora.) 
Oreg; see Ong. 
Orford; see Blanco. 
Orient; point, Gardiners bay, Suffolk 

county, N. Y. (Not Oyster.) 
Orinda; P. 0. and R. R. station, Contra 

Costa county, Cal. (Not Orinda Park.) 
Orton; point, Cape Fear river, Bruns- 
. wick county, N. C. (Not Orton's.) 
Oruba; one of the Dutch West India 

islands, Caribbean sea. (Not Aruba.) 
Orysa; P. 0., Lauderdale county, Tenn. 

(Not Oryza.) 
Osag-e; city, Osage county, Kans. (Not 

Osage City.) 
Osage; river in Kansas and Missouri. 

(Not Marais des Cygnes.) 
Osaka; city, Japan. (Not Naniwa nor 

Ozaka.) 
Osawkie; P. 0., township, and village, 

Jefferson county, Kans. (NotOzawkee.) 
Osborn; P. 0. and R. R. station, Rock 

Island county. 111. (Not Osborne.) 
Osborn; township, Sumner county,Kans. 

(Not Osborne.) 
Osborne; township, Pipestone county, 

Minn. (Not Osborn.) 
Osborne; see Townshend. 
Osbrook; see Pawcatuck. 
Osceola; borough, Clearfield county. Pa. 

(Not Osceola Mills.) 
Osceola; county seat, Polk county. Wis. 

(Not Osceola Mills.) 
OseU; see Ozette. 

Osterville Grand; island, Osterville har- 
bor, Barnstable county, Mass. (Not 

Osterville.) 
Oswayo; creek, Cattaraugus county, N.Y. 

(Not Oswaya, Oswaye, nor Oswego.) 



Otay; valley, San Diego county, Cal. 

(Not Ohjai.) 
Otis; P. O. and R. R. station, Hawkins 

county, Tenn. (Not Otes.) 
Otsquago; creek, Montgomery county, 

N. Y. (Not Otsquaga.) 
Ottavra; city, capital of the Dominion of 

Canada. (Not Bytown.) 
Ottawa; see Tawas. 
Otter; township, Cowley county, Kans. 

(Not Otto.) 
Otter Creek; township, Vigo county, 

Ind. (Not Otter.) 
Ouachita; county and river, Ark. ; parish 

and river, La. (Not Washita, etc.) 
Ouallamet; see Willamette. 
Oudh; ancient capital and state, British 

India. (Not Oude.) 
Ouisconsin; see Wisconsin. 
Oumakh; see Umak. 
Oumnakh; see Umnak. 
Ounalashka; see Unalaska. 
Ounimakh; see Unimak. 
Oural; see Ural. 
Ouro Preto; city, Brazil. (Not Villa 

Rica nor Villa Rica do Ouro Preto.) 
Ousatonic; see Housatonic. 
Outlook; see Hoyt. 
Overisel; P. 0. and township, Allegan 

county, Mich. (Not Overeisel.) 
Owasco Lake; see Wyckoff. 
Owens; lake, river, and valley, Inyo 

county, Cal. (Not Owen.) 
Owensville: see West River. 
Owl; river in South Dakota, tributary to 

the Missouri. (Not Moreau, Hecha 

Wapka, nor Hinyan kaga.) 
Owlshead; lighthouse, Rockland har- 
bor, Penobscot bay. Me.; also P. 0., 

Knox county. Me. (Not Owl's Head.) 
Oxford; P. O. and R. R. station, Warren 

county, N. J. (Not Oxford Furnace.) 
Oxon; creek, tributary to the Potomac, 

Prince George county, Md. (Not Oxen. ) 
Oxon; P. 0., Prince George county, Md. 

(Not Oxen Hill nor Grimesville.) 
Oxus; see Amu. 
Oyster; see Orient. 
Ozaka; see Osaka. 
Ozawkie; see Osawkie. 
Ozette; island, lake, river, P. C, and 

village, Clallam county, Wash. (Not 

Osett, Ozette, Lake of the Sun, nor 

Swan.) 



Pad— Par. 



154 



P. 

Padanaram; harbor and village, Buz- 
zards bay, Bristol county, Mass. (Not 

Apponagansett bay nor South Dart- 
mouth.) 
Paddy Hen; post light, Mississippi river, 

Shelby county, Tenn. (Not Paddy's 

Hen.) 
Pahreah; see Paria. 
Pahrump; valley, Nye and Lincoln 

counties, Nev. (Not Pah-rimp.) 
Paint; mountain, Fayette and Raleigh 

counties, W. Va. (Not Coal River.) 
Paint; river, Iron county, Mich. (Not 

Mequacumecum, Mequacumnecum, nor 

Me-qua-cumte-cum. ) 
Painter; P. O., Greene county, Tenn. 

(Not Painter Mill.) 
Paita; seaport town of Peru. (Not 

Payta.) 
Palatka; city, Putnam county, Fla. (Not 

Pilatka.) 
Pallopels; island in Hudson river, near 

Fishkill, Dutchess county, N. Y. (Not 

Palopel.) 
Palmer; island. Buzzards bay, Mass. 

(Not Palmer's.) 
Pamederacook; see Pemadumcook. 
Pamir; table land of central Asia. (Not 

Bam-i-duniah, Pameer, Pamere, nor 

Pamirs.) 
Pamlico; sound in North Carolina. (Not 

Pamplico.) v 

Pamunkey; creek and town, Charles 

county, Md. (Not Pamunky.) 
Pamunkey; river, Virginia, tributary 

to the York. (Not Pamunky.) 
Pancoast; R. R. station, Atlantic county, 

N. J. (Not Pancoast' s Mill.) 
Panjab; see Punjab. 
Panola; P. 0., township, and village, 

Woodford county, 111. (Not Panola 

Station.) 
Pansy; P. O., Henry county, Ala. (Not 

Pansey.) 
Papakating'; P. O. and R. R. station, 

Frankford township, Sussex county, 

N. J. (Not Pellett nor Pellettown.) 
Papoose ; creek in Yellowstone Park Tim- 

berland reserve, Wyo. (Not Pap- 

poose.) 
Papua; see New Guinea. 



Paquatannoclc; see Poquetanuck. 

Paradise; creek, Norfolk county, Va. 
(Not Smith's.) 

Paradise; southern point of entrance 
to Southold bay, Suffolk county, Long 
island, N. Y. (Not Hallocks.) 

Paraguay; republic and river, South 
America. (Not Paraguay a.) 

Parahiba; city, province, and river, 
Brazil. (Not Parahyba nor Paraiba.) 

Parana; river of South America, tribu- 
tary to the Plata. (Not Rio Negro.) 

Parana; see Rio Negro. 

Paranahiba; river of Brazil; joins the 
Curumba to form the Parana. (Not 
Paranahyba nor Parana-Iba.) 

Paria; canyon, plateau, and river in 
southern Utah and northern Arizona. 
(Not Pahreah. ) 

Paris; island. Port Royal sound, S. C. 
(Not Parry's.) 

Paris; landing, Ohio river, Harrison 
county, Ind. (Not Paris'.) 

Parish; see Benton. 

Parish. Dock; Saint Lawrence river, 
N. Y. (Not Parish's Dock.) 

Park; river, Hartford county, Conn. 
(Not Little.) 

* Parkers Landing; city and P. 0., Arm- 
strong county, Pa. (Not Parker nor 
Parker City.) 

Parker; flats, off Parker Neck, Woods 
Hole, Mass. (Not Parker's.) 

Parker; landing, Mississippi river, Mis- 
sissippi county, Mo. (Not Parker's.) , 

Parker; P. 0., Morris county, N. J. 
(Not Union ville.) 

Parkers Neck; peninsula in Woods Hole 
harbor, Mass. (Not Parker's Neck.) 

Parkers Neck; peninsula in Yarmouth, 
Barnstable county, Mass. (Not Parker's 
Neck.) 

Parkerville; city and P. O., Morris 
county, Kans. (Not Parkersville.) 
j Parkinson; landing, Ohio river. Pope 
I county, 111. (Not Parkinson's Land- 
ing.) 

Parks; see Baker. 

Paro; see Ucayali. 

Parramore; beach and island, Accomac 
county, Va. (Not Paramore's.) 

Parrsboro; seaport on Bay of Fimdy, 
, Nova Scotia. (Not Parsboro.) 

Parry's; see Paris. 



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Par— Pen. 



Parsons Bar; post light, Mississippi 
river, Dubuque county, Iowa. (Not 
Parson's Bar.) 

Parfcofsliikof; island in southeastern 
Alaska, near Sitka. (Not Partoffs- 
chikoff.) 

Pasa Caballos; entrance to bay, locality 
in its vicinity and point, Santa Clara 
province, Cuba. (Not Paso Caballo.) 

Pasadena; see Wheatland. 

Pascack; creek and village, Bergen coun- 
ty, N. J. (Not Pascock.) 

Paso Robles; P. O. and village, San 
Luis Obispo county, Cal. (Not Paso 
de Robles.) 

Pass a Loutre; pass, delta of the Mis- 
sissippi, La. (Not Pass k I'Outre.) 

Passamari; river in Madison county, 
Mont. (Not Ruby nor Stinking water.) 

Pass Cavallo; pass, entrance to Mata- 
gorda bay, Tex. (Not Passo Caballo.) 

Patras; gulf and seaport town of south- 
ern Greece. (Not Baliabarda, Patrae, 
Patrai, nor Patrasso.) 

Patroon's Lotiier Island; see Lower Pa- 
troon. 

Pattaguansett; see Mamacock. 

Patterson; creek in Grant and Mineral 
counties, W. Va. (Not Patersons.) 

Patterson; P. 0. and town, Saint Mary 
parish, La. (Not Pattersonville.) 

Paulina; P. 0., Saint James parish. La. 
(Not Pauline.) 

Paulins; kill, Sussex county, N. J. (Not 
Paulin nor Pawlins.) 

Paumotu; seeTuamotu. 

Pavant; mountain range, central Utah. 
(Not Pah Vant.) 

Pawcatuck; point at mouth of Pawca- 
tuck river, southeastern corner of Con- 
necticut. (Not Osbrook.) 

Pa-wnee; county seat and precinct, Paw- 
nee county, Nebr. (Not Pawnee City. ) 

Pawpaw; river, Edisto island, Berkeley 
county, S. C. (Not Ponpon.) 

Pawtucket; seeSeekonk. 

Paxtang; P. 0. and R. R. station, Dau- 
phin county. Pa. (Not Paxton nor 
Paxtaug.) 

Payne; P. O. and R. R. station, Fluvanna 
county, Va. (Not Paynes.) 

Pays Bas; see Netherlands. 

Payta; see Paita. 



Peace; creek, tributary to Charlotte har- 
bor, southwestern Florida. (Not 
Pease. ) 

Peak; R. R. station, Anderson county, 
Tenn. (Not Peaks.) 

Pearce; creek and neck, Cecil county, 
Md. (Not Pierce's.) 

Pearson's; see Pierson. 

Pechili; gulf and province, northern 
China. (Not Chee-Lee, Chihli, Chili, 
Chi-li, Pechihli, nor Pee-Chee-Lee.) 

Peck; lake, Indian river, southeastern 
Florida. (Not Peck's.) 

Peck; ledge, Long Island sound, off 
Cockenoe island, Fairfield comity, 
Conn. (Not Peck's.) 

Pedee; river, tributary to Winyah bay, 
S. C. (Not Great Peedee.) 

Peepee; township, Pike county, Ohio, 
(Not Pee-Pee.) 

Peirce; cape, west of Hagemeister is- 
land, Bering sea, Alaska. (Not Pierce. ) 

Peisar; island in Sitka sound, Alaska. 
(Not Peiser nor Preisar.) 

Peking; capital city, northern China. 
(Not Peiching, Pekin, Shun-tien-fu, 
nor Yen. ) 

Paling; range of mountains in western 
China and eastern Tibet. (Not Pe Ling 
uor Pe-ling.) 

Pellett; see Papakating. 

Pemadumcook; lake, Piscataquis coun- 
ty, Me. (Not Pamedemcook, Pama- 
dumcook, Pamedomcook, nor Peme- 
dumcook.) 

Pembrook; township, Edmunds county, 
S. bak. (Not Pembroke.) 

Penang; island in Malakka, strait. East 
Indies. (Not Pinang, Pinnang, Prince 
of Wales, nor Pulo-Penang.) 

Pend d' Oreille; see Flathead and Pend 
Oreille. 

Pender grass; P. O., Jackson county, Ga. 
(Not Pendergrast.) 

Pender grass; P. C, Marshall county, 
Ala. (Not Pendergrast.) 

Pend Oreille; lake in Northern Idaho. 
(NotPend' Oreille, Pend' D' Oreille, Pend 
d' Oreille, Pend 0'Reille,Pends Oreilles, 
Pondera, Ponderay, Pondera, Pond Or- 
rilles,Peaux d' Oreilles, nor Kulluspelm, 
etc., all of which forms have been used.) 



Pen— Pia. 



156 



Penfield; reef, Long Island sound, near 
Fairfield, Fairfield county, Conn. 
(NotPeiafield's.) 

Penn; creek and township, Snyder coun- 
ty, Pa. (Not Penns nor Pennsylvania. ) 

Penngrove; P. 0. and E. R. station, 
Salem county, N. J. (Not Penn's Grove, 
Penn Grove, etc.) 

Penn Manor; post light and wharf, Dela- 
ware river, Bucks county, Pa. (Not 
Penn's Manor.) 

Penon Blanco; point (peak) and ridge, 
Mariposa and Tuolumne counties, Cal. 
(Not Pena Blanca, Pefia Blanca, nor 
Peri on Blanco.) 

Pentwater ; P. 0. , township, and village, 
Oceana county, Mich. (Not Pent Wa- 
ter.) 

Penwell; village, Warren county, N. J. 
(Not Pennell, Pennwell, nor Penville.) 

Peoples; township, Boone county, Iowa. 
(Not People's.) 

Peotone; see Viola. 

Pequanac; P. O., R. R. station, river, 
and township, Morris county, N. J. 
(Not Pequannoc nor Pequannock.) 

Pequest; E. R. station, Wairen county, 
N. J. (Not Pequest Furnace.) 

Percy Reach; post light, Hudson river, 
Greene county, N. Y. (Not Percy's 
Reach.) 

reril; see Pogibshi. 

Perkintown; hamlet, Salem county, 
N. J. (Not Perlantown.) 

Pernambuco; capital city and province, 
eastern Brazil. (Not Arrecife nor 
Recife.) 

Perquimans; river, tributary to Albe- 
marle sound, Perquimans comity, N. C. 
(Not Perquimon's.) 

Pcrrler; see Taiya. 

Perry; towhead, Mississippi river, Mon- 
roe county. 111. (Not Perry's.) 

Perryville; P. O., Ashland county, 
Ohio. (Not Perrysville.) 

Peru; a republican state. South America. 
(Not Biru, Perou, nor Piru.) 

Peschani; see Galankin. 

Pet; see Yugor. 

Peters; island, landing, and towhead, 
Mississippi river, Lee county, Ark. 
(Not Peter's.) 

Peters; landing, Ohio river, Meade 
county, Ky. (Not Peter's.) 



Peter's Valley; see Levans. 

Petite Pointe au Sable: see Little Sable. 

Petit Manan; island, lighthouse, and 

point, Washington county, Me. (Not 

Little Menan.) 
Petropavlovsk; capital of Kamchatka. 

(Not Petropaulski.) 
Petros; P. 0. and R. R. station, Choctaw 

Nation, Ind. T. (Not Petross Mill.) 
Pettit; creek, Bartow county, Ga. (Not 

Pt'tty's nor Pettis.) 
Pettit; island in Manahawken bay, 

Ocean county, N. J. (Not Petit.) 
Petty; island, opposite Philadelphia, 

Delaware river, Camden county, N. J. 

(Not Petty's.) 
Peyton; landing, Ohio river, Meigs 

county, Ohio. (Not Peyton's,) 
Pfeifer; P. 0. and village, Ellis county, 

Kans. (Not Pfeiffer.) 
Phalen; lake in New Canada, Ramsey 

county, Minn. (Not Phelans nor Pha- 

line.) 
Phelps; ledge, east of Montauk point, 

Suffolk comity. Long Island, N. Y. 

(Not Phelps'.) 
Phenix; see Phoenix. 
Philadelphia; village in X)uaon county, 

Tenn. (Not New Philadelphia.) 
Philippine; group of islands, Malay 

archipelago. (Not Filipinas, Indias 

Espanolas, Magallania, nor San 

Lazaro.) 
Philips; point and P. O., Saint Johns 

river, Duval county, Fla. (Not Kings.) 
Philips; see La Vista. 
Phillips; creek, Dorchester county, Md. 

(Not Philip's.) 
Phillips; island. Port Royal entrance, 

S. C. (Not Saint Phillip's.) 
Phillips Bar; post light, Mississippi 

river. New Madrid county, Mo. (Not 

Phillip's.) 
Phillis; island, Ohio river, Beaver coun- 
ty. Pa. (Not Phillis' s.) 
Phippsburg; P. O. and township Sagada- 
hoc county, Me. (Not Phipsburg.) 
* Phoenix; capital of Arizona territory, 

United States. (Not Phenix.) 
Phoenix; see Montbrook. 
Phoenixville; borough, Chester county, 

Pa. (Not Phenixville.) 
Piankatank; river, tributary to Chesa- 
peake bay, Va. (Not Piankitank.) 



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Pic— Poc. 



Picatinny; R. R. station, Morris county, 
N. J. (Not Pickatinny Beak nor Pic- 
catinny.) 
Piedmont; see Rocksprings. 
Piedmont Springs; see Cottaquilla. 
Piedra; river, southwestern Colorado. 

(Not Rio Pedra nor Rio Piedra.) 
Piercers; see Pearce. 
Pierceton; P. 0. and town, Kosciusko 

county,Ind. (Not Pierceton Junction.) 
Pierson; cove, Kent county, Del. (Not 

Pearson's.) 
Pigeon ; point on Minnesota coast of Lake 

Superior. (Not Pointe au Tourtre.) 
Pig Eye; dike, lake, and post light, near 

Saint Paul, Ramsey county, Minn. (Not 

Pig's Eye.) 
Pilcher Point; landing and P.O., Mis- 
sissippi river, East Carroll parish, La. 

(Not Pilcher's Point.) 
Pilcomayo; river in South America., 

tributary to the Parana. (Not Araguai. ) 
Pile; see Jawbone. 
Pillar; see Sail. 
Pilot Knob; see Granite. 
Pine; creek, Atlantic county, N. J. (Not 

Newton.) 
Pinecreek; township, Jefferson county. 

Pa. (Not Pine Creek.) 
*Pinegrove; borough, P. O., and town- 
ship, Schuylkill county. Pa. (Not Pine 

Grove.) 
Piney Island; cove, Bloodsworth island, 

Dorchester county, Md. (Not Piny.) 
Piney Swamp; run in Mineral county, 

W. Va. (Not Pine Swamp.) 
Pinih; see Punuk. 
Pinnacle; mountain in South Carolina. 

(Not Bald Knob.) 
Pinnang; see Penang. 
Pinole; land grant, point, P.O., and R. R. 

station. Contra Costa county, Cal. (Not 

El Pinole nor Penole.) 
Pines; mountain, Ventura county, Cal. 

(Not McGill.) 
Pinos, Colo. ; see Los Pinos. 
Pinos, Cuba; see Isla de Pinos. 
Pinyon; creek and R. R. station, Pueblo 

county, Colo. (Not Pifion.) 
Pishtaka; lake (in McHenry county) and 

river. 111. (Not Pishtaqua, Pistaqua, 

Pishaqua, Pistakee, nor Fox.) 
Pitman; P. 0. and R. R. station, Glou- 
cester county, N. J. (Not Pitman 

Grove.) 



Pitmegea; river, cast of Cape Lisbume, 
northern Alaska. (Not Pet^meg-e'a 
nor Pitmigea.) 

Pitt; see Kruzof. 

Pittsburg; city in Pennsylvania. (Not 
Pittsburgh.) 

Note.— The city was chartered in 1816, its 
name beingspelled without the h, and its official 
form is still Pittsburg. The Ji appears to have 
been added by the Post-Office Department, and 
through that action local usage appears to 
have become divided. While the majority of 
local newspapers print it Pittsburg as here 
given, certain others use the final h. 

Pittsgrove; P. 0. and township, Salem 

county, N. J. (Not Pitt's Grove.) 
Plaat Clove; village in Greene county, 

N. Y. (Not Piatt Clove.) 
Plaingrove ; P. 0. and township, 

Lawrence county. Pa. (Not Plain 

Grove.) 
Plains; city, Meade county, Kans. (Not 

West Plains.) 
Plantain; mountain and pond, Mount 

Washington, Berkshire county, Mass. 

(Not Plantin.) 
Plata; large river. South America. (Not 

Plate nor Rio de la Plata.) 
Platte Junction; see Wolhurst. 
Plattekill; clove and creek, Ulster 

and Greene counties, N. Y. (Not 

Plaaterkill.) 
Plattekill; P. O. and township, Ulster 

county, N. Y. (Not Plaaterskill. ) 
Plattford; precinct, Sarpy county, Nebr. 

(Not Platford.) 
Plattville; township, Mills comity, Iowa. 

(Not Plattsville.) 
Pleasantdale; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Seward county, Nebr. (Not Pleasant 

Dale.) 
Pleasant Mound; P. 0. and township. 

Blue Earth county, Minn. (Not Pleas- 
ant Mounds.) 
Pleasanton; See Loop. 
Pluckemin; P.O., Somerset county, N.J. 

(Not Pluckamin.) 
Plum; P. 0. and township, Venango 

county. Pa. (Not Plummer.) 
Plumb; see Prairie. 
PnumPenh; capital of Cambodia. (Not 

Pnom-peigne, Pnompeng, nor Pnom- 
penh. ) 
Pocasset; harbor, Buzzards bay, Mass. 

(Not Pocassctt.) 



Poc — Por. 



158 



Pocomoke; P. 0., river, sound, and 
town, Worcester county, Md. (Not 
Pokomoke.) 

Poe; reef, straits of Mackinac, Mich. 
(Not Poe's.) 

Pogibslii; point on Baranof island, Peril 
strait, Alaska. (Not Danc;;er nor Peril.) 

Pogronmi; volcano on Unimak island, 
Aleutian islands, Alaska. (Not Devasta- 
tion, Isanotski, Jogutscha, Kngidach, 
Nosowskoj, Pogromnoi, nor Pogrom- 
no j.) 

Poliick; bay and creek, Potamac river, 
Fairfax county, Va. (Not Poheick.) 

Point; see Sorrento. 

Point Arena; P. O. and town, Mendo- 
cino county, Cal. (Not Puntas Arenas. ) 

Point An Roche; P. 0. and village, 
Clinton county, N. Y. (Not Point Au 
Eock.) 

Point au Sable; see Ausable. 

Pointe au Tonnere; see Thunder. 

Points au Tourtre; see Pigeon. 

Point Comfort; beacon. New York 
Lower bay, N. J. (Not Bayside.) 

Point de Galle ; seaport town of Ceylon, 
Indian ocean. (Not Galle nor Punto 
Gallo.) 

Pointe a Pitre ; principal town in Grande 
Terre, Guadeloupe island, West Indies. 
(Not La Pointe-a-Pitre.) 

Point No Point; point, Puget sound, 
Wash. (Not Point-no-point.) 

Pojac; point. East Greenwich, R. I. (Not 
Pojack.) 

Pokamoonsliine; peak in the Adiron- 
dack mountains, Essex county, N. Y. 
(Not Poke-a-moon-shine.) 

Poland; ledges, Muscongus sound, Lin- 
coln county. Me. (Not Poland's.) 

Polecat Ridge; see Coldwater. 

Polins; ledge in entrance to Medomac 
river, Lincoln county. Me. (Not Po- 
land's.) 

Polk; landing, Mississippi river, Tunica 
county. Miss. (Not Polk's.) 

Polk; P. 0. and village, Polk county, 
Iowa. (Not Polk City.) 

PoUoksville; P. 0. and village, Jones 
county, N. C. (Not Pollocksville.) 

Ponca; creek, Todd county, Nebr. (Not 
Ponka.) 

Ponca; P O., D'json county, Nebr. (Not 
Ponka.) 



Ponca; P. O., Ponca reservation, Okla, 

(Not Ponka.) 
Ponce de Leon; bay, near southwestern 

end of Florida. (Not Gallivans.) 
Poncha Springs; P. O. and village, 

Chaffee county, Colo. (Not Poncho 

Springs.) 
Pongoieague; see Pungoteague. 
Ponpon; see Pawpaw. 
Ponta Delgada; town on the island of 

San Miguel, Azores. (Not Ponta Del- 

gado.) 
Pontiac; P. 0. and R. R. station, King 

county. Wash. (Not Keith.) 
Pontoosuc; lake, P. 0., and river, Berk- 
shire county, Mass. (Not Pontoosic 

nor Pontoosuck.) 
Pony; creek, Hanover county, Va. (Not 

Poney.) 
Pooles; island, near head of Chesapeake 

bay, Harford county, Md. (Not Pools.) 
Poopenaut; valley, Tuolumne county, 

Cal. , (Not Poopenant nor Poo Poo.) 
Pope; P. 0. and town, Panola county. 

Miss. (Not Pope's Depot.) 
Popocatepetl; volcano, Mexico. (Not 

Volcan Grande.) 
Popof ; island, Shumagin islands, Alaska. 

(Not Popoff.) 
Poponesset; bay, beach, and island, 

Nantucket sound, Mass. (Not Poppo- 

nessett.) 
Poquetanuck; cove and village, Thames 

river. New London county. Conn. (Not 

Paquatannock. ) 
*Portage des Sioux; P. O., township, 

and village. Saint Charles county, Mo. 

(Not Portage.) 
Port au Prince; capital of the Republic 

of Haiti. (Not Port-au-Prince.) 
Port Chester; harbor at mouth of Byram 

ri ver, Long Island sound. (Not Byram. ) 
Port Clyde; harbor, Lincoln county. 

Me. (Not Herring Gut.) 
Port Douglass; R. R. station, Chester- 
field, Essex county, N. Y. (Not Port 

Douglas.) 
Porte des Morts; strait between Green 

bay and Lake Michigan. (Not Porte 

des Mortes.) 
Portersville; gap, precinct, P. O., and 

R. R. station, Dekalb county, Ala. (Not 

Porterville.) 
Port Naial; see Durban. 



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Por — Pra. 



Porlo Cabello; see Puerto Cabello. 

Port of Spain; principal town and sea- 
port, Trinidad, West Indies. (Not Port- 
of-Spain.) 

?orto Rico. (Not Puerto Eico. ) 

Fort Phillip District; see Victoria. 

PortTownsend; city, precinct, and P. O., 
Jefferson county, Wash. (Not Port 
Townshend.) 

Port Washington; see Oceanic. 

Port ■William; P. 0. and village, Clinton 
county, Ohio. (Not Port Williams.) 

Possum; creek, Hanover county, Va. 
(Not Opossum.) 

Post Mills; village. Orange county, Vt. 
(Not Post Mill.) 

Post of Arkansas; see Arkansas Post. 

Potlatch.; river, Latah and Nez Perces 
counties, Idaho. (Not Potlach nor Pot- 
lache.) 

Poirero; see Isabel. 

Pottersville; falls in Lamington river, 
Morris county, N. J. (Not Allamatona, 
Allimatona, nor Potters.) 

Potunk; life saving station and village, 
Southampton, Suffolk county, N. Y. 
(Not Petunk.) 

Poverotni; island in Peril strait, south- 
eastern Alaska. (Not Canoe, Povero, 
Return, nor Turnabout.) 

Powder; see Cache la Poudre. 

Powell; point. Lake Superior, Alger coun- 
ty, Mich. (Not Powell's.) 

Powell; P. 0. and E. E. station, Knox 
county,Tenn. (Not Powell Station.) 

Powell; P. O. and village, Jefferson 
county, Nebr. (Not Powel.) 

Powell Valley; P. 0., Dauphin county, 
Pa. (Not Powl Valley.) 

Powhatan; city and township. Brown 
county, Kans. (Not Powhattan.) 

Poysippi; P. 0. and township, Wau- 
shara county, Wis. (Not Poy Sippi.) 

Prague; capital of Bohemia, Austria. 
(Not Prag, Praga, nor Praha.) 

Prague; see New Prague. 

Prairie ; creek, Prairie Creek township, 
Dubuque county, Iowa. (Not Plumb.) 

Prairieview; township, Wilkin county, 
Minn. (Not Prairie View.) 

Preisar; see Peisar. 

President; channel between Orcas and 
Waldron islands, Washington ponnd, 
Wash. (Not Douglas nor Preciidjnls.) 



Presidents Island; post light, Missis- 
sippi river, Crittenden county. Ark. 
(Not President's Island.) 

Presque Isle; bay, lighthouse, and fien- 
insula, Erie county. Pa. (Not Presque 
He, nor Presqu'ile. ) 

*PresqueIsle; county in Mich., island, 
and light-houses. Lake Huron, Mich. 
(Not Presqu' isle.) 

Preussen; see Prussia. 

Pribilof; islands, Bering sea, Alaska. 
(Not Prybiloff nor Fur Seal.) 

Price; creek. Cape Fear river, near South- 
port, Brunswick county, N. C. (Not 
Price's.) 

Price; post light, Mississippi river, Ean- 
dolph county. 111. (Not Price's.) 

Price; P. O. and R. R. station. Queen 
Anne county, Md. (Not Prices nor 
Price's Station.) 

Prickly; see East Helena. 

Prides; P. O., Colbert county, Ala. (Not 
Pride's Station.) 

Priests; point. Saint Mary river, Saint" 
Mary county, Md. (Not Priest's.) 

Prince Frederick; county seat of Calvert 
county, Md. (Not Prince Frederick- 
town.) 

Prince of Wales; see Penang. 

Princess; bay, south coast of Staten Is- 
land, Eichmond county, N. Y. (Not 
Prince's, etc.) 

Prince 'William.; sound, southern coast 
of Alaska. (Not Chugatch nor Prince 
William's.) 

Prior; island, Ohio river, 3 miles below 
Golconda, Pope county. 111. (Not 
Prior's.) 

Priors; P. 0. and E. E. station, Polk 
county, G a. (Not Prior.) 

Probasco; landing on Skipton creek, 
Talbot county, Md. (Not Probascos.; 

Proctor; landing, Ohio river, at west end 
of Mason and Dixon's line between 
Marshall and Taylor counties, W. Va. 
(Not Procter's.) 

Prospect; lake in Egremont, Berkshire 
county, Mass. (Not Winchel nor Wia- 
chell.) 

Provens; hill in Westfleld, Hampden 
county, Mass. (Not Proven's.) 

Provo; river, Utah. (NotTimpanogos.) 

Prussia; state of Germany. (Not Preus- 
sen.) 



Pry— Raf. 



160 



Pryhiloff; see Pribilof. 

Psyche; see Pysht. 

Puebla; capital city and state, Mexico. 
(Not La Puebla, Puebla de los Angeles, 
nor Puebla de Zeragoza.) 

Puerto Cabello; seaport town on gulf of 
Triste, Venezula. ( Not Porto Cabello. ) 

Puerto Rico; see Porto Eico. 

Pulgas; land grant, San Mateo county, 
Cal. (Not De Las Pulgas, Las Pulgas, 
nor Rancho de las Pulgas.) 

Pullman; island and shoal. Saint Law- 
rence river, near Alexandria bay, Jef- 
ferson county, N. Y. (Not Pullman's.) 

PuUy; point, Puget sound. King county, 
Wash. (Not Pulley.) 

Pulo-Penang; see Penang. 

Pumpkin; creek, Banner and Cheyenne 
counties, Nebr. (Not Pumpkinseed.) 

Puncheon; branch of Saint Jones creek, 
Kent county, Del. (Not Walkers.) 

Pungoteague ; creek and P. 0. , Accomac 
county, Va. (Not Pongoteague. ) 

Punjab; province, northwestern British 
India. (Not Panjab nor Punjaub.) 

*Puntarasa; P. 0. and precinct, Lee 
county, Fla. (Not Punta Rassa.) 

Punias Arenas; see Point Arena. 

Punto Gallo; see Point de Galle. 

Punuk; island, off east end Saint Law- 
rence island, Bering sea, Alaska. (Not 
Pinik.) 

Purgatory; river, Colorado. (Not Pur- 
gatoire.) 

Purslane ; mountain, Morgan county, W. 
Va. (Not Purs] ey.) 

Purslane; run, branch of Potomac river, 
Allegany county, Md. (Not Pusley.) 

Purus; large river of South America, 
tributary to the Amazon. (Not Cuchi- 
vara nor Puru.) 

Putnam; creek and pond, Essex county, 
N. Y. (Not Putnams, Putnam's, nor 
Puts.) 

Puy de Dome; department and moun- 
tain, central France. (Not Puy-de- 
Dome.) 

Pysht; P. O., precinct, and river, Clallam 
county. Wash. (Not Pisht nor Psyche.) 



Q 



duackenkill; P. 0., Grafton, Rensselaer 
county, N. Y. (Not Quacken Kill.) 



Q,uamquisset; harbor and point, Bua 

zards bay, Mass. (Not Quissett.) 
Quang-chow-foo; see Canton. 
Quebec; P. 0. and R. R. station. White 

county, Tenn. (Not Cooper, Holder, 

nor Quebeck.) 
Q,ueechy; lake in Canaan, Columbia 

county, N. Y. (Not Whiting's.) 
Queen; P. 0., Upshur county, W. Va. 
• (Not Queens.) 
Queen Anne; see Hardesty. 
Queets; river, Jefferson county. Wash. 

(Not Queetshee.) 
Queniult; Indian reservation, lake ar.d 

river, Chehalis county. Wash. (Not 

Quiniault.) 
Quercus; see Kirker. 
Quicks Run; post lights, Ohio river, 

Adams county, Ohio. (Not Quick's.) 
Quillayute; prairie, P. 0., and river, 

Clallam county. Wash. (Not Quille- 

hute, Quillyhuyte, etc.) 
Quinobm; see Charles. 
Quitman Bluff; post light, Mississippi 

river, Adams county. Miss. (Not Quit- 
man's Bluff.) 
Quito; see Campbell. 
Quixes; ledge, entrance to New Haven 

harbor, Conn. (Not Quixe's.) 
Quoddy Roads; strait, Passamaquoddy 

bay, Washington county. Me. (Not 

Quoddy Bay.) 
Quonset; point and shoal, Narragansett 

bay, R. I. (Not Quonsett.) 
Quorra; see Niger. 

R. 

*Rabbit Back Peak; peninsula, Macki- 
nac strait, Emmet county, Mich. (Not 
Rabbitt's Back Peak.) 

Raccoon; mountain in northeastern Ala- 
bama. (Not Sand.) 

Raccoon; strait between Angel island 
and mainland, San Francisco bay, Cal. 
(Not Racoon.) 

Racy Point; post light. Saint Johns 
river. Saint Johns county, Fla. (Not 
Racey's Point.) 

Radack; see Ratak. 

Rader; see Myers. 

Rafinesque; mountain in Rensselaer 
county, N. Y. (Not Bald.) 



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Rag — Red. 



Ragan; P. O. and R. R. station, Harlan 

county, Nebr. (Not Reagan.) 
*Ila^g'ed; mountain, Berkshire county, 

Mass. (Not Ravenscrag nor Tanner.) 
Raht; ferry on Hiwassee river, Bradley 

and McMinn counties, Tenn. (Not 

Wright.) 
Kailroad; borough and P. 0., York 

county, Pa. (Not Rail Road.) 
Railroad; township, Starke county, Ind. 

(Not Rail Road.) 
Rails Landing; post light, Ohio river, 

Switzerland county, Ind. (Not Rail's.) 
Rainier; mountain peak in Washington. 

(Not Ranier nor Takoma.) 
Rajputana; region in northwestern Brit- 
ish India. (Not Rajpootana.) 
Raleigh C. H.; see Beckley. 
Ralik; chain of islands, part of the 

Marshall group, Pacific ocean. (Not 

Rahck.) 
Ralston; P. O. and R. R. station, Morris 

county, N. J. (Not Roxiticus.) 
Ram; island, mouth of Mystic river. New 

London county, Conn. (Not Mystic.) 
Ramauldo; see Romauldo. 
Ramsay; township, Kossuth county, 

Iowa. (Not Ramsey.) 
Ramseur; P. 0. and village, Randolph 

county, N. 0. (Not Ramsure.) 
Ramsey; island and lake, Multnomah 

county, Oreg. (Not Ramsay nor Ram- 
say's.) 
Rancho de las Pulgas; see Pulgas. 
Rancocas; creek and P. 0., Burlington 

county, N. J. (Not Rancocus.) 
Randall; P. O. and R. R. station, Mont- 
gomery county, N. Y. (Not Downing 

nor Yatesville.) 
Randall "Wharf; post light. Back creek, 

Cecil county, Md. (Not Randall's 

Wharf.) 
Randolph; point and P. O., Mississippi 

River, Tipton county, Tenn. (Not 

Randolph's.) 
Raneshed; see Bannister. 
Rangoon; maritime district, river, and 

seaport of British Burma, India. (Not 

Rangoun nor Rangun.) 
Ranier; see Rainier. 

Rapidan; river, tributary to the Rappa- 
hannock, central Virginia. (Not Rapid 

Ann.) 

M S— 03 11 



Rappahannock; spit, at mouth of Rap- 
pahannock river, Chesapeake bay, Lan- 
caster county, Va. (Not Windmill 
Point.) 

Rardin; see Harden. 

Rarner; see Karner. 

Rasheed; see Rosetta. 

Ratak; chain of islands, part of the 
Marshall group, Pacific ocean. (Not 
Radack, Radak, norRadik.) 

Rathall; creek, near Charleston, S. C. 
(Not Rat-hall nor Rat Hall.) 

Ratisbon; city, Bavaria. (Not Regens- 
burg.) 

Ratmanof; see Big Diomede. 

Raulston; see Rolston. 

Ravandiz; see Rowandiz. 

Ravenden Springs; P. O. and village, 
Randolph county. Ark. (Not Raven- 
den.) 

Ravenna; township, Dakota county, 
Minn. (Not Ravanna.) 

Ravenscrag; see Ragged. 

Rawhide ; creek and R. R. station, Dodge 
county, Nebr. (Not Raw Hide.) 

Rawles; township. Mills county, Iowa. 
(Not Rawls.) 

Rawley; point. Lake Michigan, Wis. 
(Not Rawley's nor Rowley's.) 

Rowleys; see Rowley. 

Raza; one of the Cape Verde islands. 
(Not Razo.) 

Razboinski; settlement on the lower 
Yukon, Alaska. (Not Rabonisky, Ras- 
boinsky, Rasbonisky, Razboiniksky, 
nor Razboinsky.) 

Read; see Reeds. 

Reads; township, Wabasha county, 
Minn. (Not Read's Landing nor 
Reed's.) 

* Reads Landing; P. O. and village, Wa- 
basha county, Minn. (Not Read's 
Landing. ) 

Recife; see Pernambuco. 

Recovery; see Fort Recovery. 

Red; creek in Fremont and Pueblo coun- 
ties, Colo. (Not Bed.) 

Red; river, boundary between Minnesota 
and North Dakota. (Not Red River of 
the North.) 

Red; rock in Captain Island harbor. Long 
Island sound, Fairfield county. Conn. 
(Not Tweed's nor Finch's Island. ■> 



Red — Ric. 



162 



Redbank; township, Armstrong county, 

Pa. (Not Red Bank.) 
Redbank; township. Clarion county, Pa. 

(Not Red Bank.) 
Red Bluff; county seat of Tehama 

county, Cal. (Not Redbluff.) 
Red Buttes; P. 0. and E. E. station, 

Albany county, Wyo. (Not Leah.) 
Red Cloud; county seat and township, 

Webster county, Nebr. (Not Eed- 

cloud.) 
Reddicksville; see Eiddicksville. 
Reddie Point; post light, Saint Johns 

river, below Jacksonville, Duval county, 

Fla. (NotEeddie's.) 
Redding; P. 0. and village, Einggold 

county, Iowa, (Not New Eedding.) 
Redhouse; hamlet in Garrett county, 

Md. (Not Eed House.) 
Redkey; P. 0. and village. Jay county, 

Ind. (Not Eed Key.) 
Red Landing; post light, Mississippi 

river, Calhoun county, 111. (Not Red's 

Landing.) 
Redoubt; volcano, west side of Cook 

inlet, Alaska. (Not Burnt.) 
Red Spring; point at entrance to Hemp- 
stead bay, Long Island, Nassau county, 

N. y. (Not Eed Spring nor Eed 

Springs.) 
Redwood; P. 0. and E. E. station, San 

Mateo county, Cal. (Not Eedwood 

City.) 
Reed; point, on west side Saint Joseph 

island. Saint Mary river, Mich. (Not 

Eeed's.) 
Reed; E. E. station, Northmnberland 

county. Pa. (Not Crowl.) 
Reeder Point; post light, Sauvie island, 

Columbia river, ]Multnomah county, 

Greg. (Not Eeeder's Point.) 
Reed Iianding; post light, Ohio river, 

Greenup county, Ky. (Not Eeed's 

Landing.) 
Reeds; creek, Pendleton county, W.Va. 

(Not Eeed nor Breds.) 
Reeds; creek, Talbot county, Md. (Not 

Eead.) 
Eeed's; see Eeads. 
Reese; E. E. station, Etowah county, 

Ala. (Not Eeese'a nor Eeeseville.) 
Rees Tannery; P. O., Mineral county, 

W. Va. (Not Eeese's.) 
Regan; E. E. station in Bumsville, Da- 
kota county, Minn. (Not Eeagan.) 



Regensburg, see Ratisbon. 

Reid; gap, Blount county, Ala. (Not 

Eeid's nor Eeids.) 
Reid Gap; E. E. station, Blount county 

Ala. (Not Eeid nor Willow.) 
Reily; P. O. and township, Butler 

county, Ohio. (Not Eiley.) 
Reims; see Eheims. 
Reindeer; see Klondike. 
Rembert; see Drayton. 
Reppert; bay, Ohio river, 5 miles below 

Marietta, Ohio. (Not Eeppert's.) 
Republican; township, P.O., and village, 

Harlan county, Nebr. (Not Eepublican 

City.) 
Reservoir; see Yokum. 
Resource; P. 0., Screven county, Ga. 

(Not Eesourse.) 
Resting Spring; see Kingston. 
Return; see Poverotni. 
Return Creel:; see North Fork of Tuolumne. 
Reuben; point on east coast of Africa. 

(Not Vermelha.) 
Reunion; island, one of the Mascarene 

group, Indian ocean. (Not Bourbon 

nor Isla de la Eeunion.) 
Reverton; see Eiverton. 
Revillagigedo; channel and island, 

southeastern Alaska. (Not Eevilla 

Gigedo.) 
Reynales Basin; P. 0. and village, 

Niagara county, N. Y. (Not Eeynale'a 

Basin.) 
Reynoldsville; see Holmes. 
Rha; see Volga. 
Rheatown; town in Greene county, 

Tenn. (Not Ehettown.) 
Rheims; city, France. (Not Eeims.) 
Rhine; river in Europe. (Not Rhetn 

nor Ehin.) 
Rhodope; mountain range in European 

Turkey. (Not Despoto Dagh nor Do- 
sped Dagh.) 
Rhome; P. 0., Wise county, Tex. (Not 

Eome.) 
Riad; city, central Arabia. (NotAbruad, 

Er Eiad, Er-Riad, nor Riyad.) 
Ria-liu; see Riga. 
Rice; mountain in Rensselaer county, 

N. Y. (Not Bald nor Rice's.) 
Rich; see Grove. 
Richardson Landing; post light and 

P. 0., Ohio river, Meade comity, Ky. 

(Not Richardson's Landing.) 



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Ric — Roc. 



Richelieu; P. O., Logan county, Ky. 

(Not Rich Lieu.) 
Richelieu; river flowing from Lake 

Champlain to the Saint Lawrence river. 

(Not Chambly, Saint John, nor Sorel.) 
Richfield; P. 0. and R. R. station, Sarpy 

county, Nebr. (Not Richland.) 
Richs; see Simmons. 

Rich's Corners; P. O. and village, Or- 
leans county, N. Y. (Not Riches Cor- 
ners nor Richs Corners.) 
Rich wood; P, O. and R. R. station, 

Gloucester county, N. J. (Not Five 

Points.) 
Richwoods; township, Peoria county, 

111. (Not Rich wood.) 
Riddicksville; P. 0., Hertford county, 

N.C. (NotReddicksville.) 
Ridgebury; P. O. and township, Brad- 
ford county, Pa. (Not Ridgbury.) 
Ridgely; township, Nicollet county, 

Minn. (Not Ridgley.) 
Ridgway; P.O., precinct, and village, 

Gallatin county, 111. (Not Ridgeway.) 
Riga; seaport town of Russia. (Not 

Rialiu.) 
Rigolets; passage between lakes Borgne 

and Pontchartrain, La. (Not Bayou 

Rigolettes, etc.) 
Rikers; island. East river, N. Y. (Not 

Riker's.) 
Riley: landing, Mississippi river, Lake 

county, Tenn. (Not Riley's.) 
Riley; P. O. and township, Vigo county, 

Ind. (Not Ripley.) 
Riley; see Reily. 
Rinearson; point and slough, Columbia 

river, near Mayger, Columbia county, 

Oreg. (Not Rinearson's.) 
Rio Colorado; see Colorado. 
Rio de Janeiro;. -^agital of Brazil, (Not 

Rio Janeiro.) 
Rio de la Plata; see Plata. 
Rio de las Animas; see Animas. 
Rio de los Finos; see Los Pinos. 
Rio Florida; see Florida. 
Rio Grande ; river forming the boundary 

between Texas and Mexico. (Not Rio 

Bravo del Norte.) 
Rio la Flata; see La Plata. 
Rio Negro; river in Brazil, tributary to 

the Amazon. (Not Guainia nor Parana. ) 
Rio Negro; see Parana. 
Rio Fiedra; see Piedra. 



Ripley; county seat and district, Jackson 
county, W. Va. (Not Ripley's.) 

Ripley; see Riley. 

Rip-Raps; see Fort Wool. 

Riu Kiu; group of islands off the Chinese 
coast, Pacific ocean. (Not Lieou- 
Khieou, Liu Kiu, Liukiu, Loo Choo, 
nor Riukiu.) 

Rivers; landing, Mississippi river, Con- 
cordia parish, La. (Not River's.) 

Riverton; township, Clay county, Minn. 
(Not Reverton.) 

Roan; mountain, Carter county, Tenn. 
(Not Roane.) 

Roanoke; river in North Carolina and 
Virginia. (Not Roanoake.) 

Rohard; P. O. and village, Henderson 
county, Ky. (Not Robards.) 

Robbins Reef; lighthouse, New York 
harbor. (Not Robbin's Reef.) 

Roberts; P. 0. and R. R. station, Queen 
Anne county, Md. (Not Tilghman.) 

Robert's; see Alki. 

Robertson; river, tributary to the Rap- 
idan, Madison county, Va. (Not Rob- 
inson's.) 

Robidoux; see Rubidoux. 

Robinson Point; post light, Maury is- 
land, Puget Sound, 9 miles north of 
Tacoma, Wash. (Not Robinson's 
Point.) 

Robson; post light, Mississippi river, 
Coahoma county, Miss. (Not Rob- 
son's.) 

Rocas; see As Rocas. 

Rock; see Bear. 

Rock Cave; P. O., Upshur county, W. 
Va. (Not Centerville.) 

Rockhall; creek, landing, and P. 0., 
Kent county, Md. (Not Rock Hall.) 

Rockhill; formerly a township, Bucks 

county. Pa. ( Not Rock Hill. ) 

Note.— Since 1880 divided into East Eockliil] 
and West Rockhill. 

Rock Island; see Cypress. 

Rockmart; P. O., militia district, and 
village, Polk county, Ga. (Not Rock 
Mart.) 

Rocksprings; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Marion county, Fla. (Not Piedmont 
nor Rock Springs.) 

Rock "Village; village near Haverhill, 
Essex county, Mass. (Not East Haver- 
hill.) 



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164 



Rockville; see Fort Hunter 

Rockwell; city, Norton county, Kans. 

(Not Rockwell City.) 
Rocky, Cal. ; see Brooks 
Rocky, Mont. ; see Stoney. 
Rocky Neck; see Bush. 
Rodgers; point, Peril strait, southeast- 
ern Alaska. (Not Rogers.) 
Rogers; creek in McMinn county, Tenn. 

(Not Roger.) 
Rogers; lakein Mendota, Dakota county, 

Minn, (Not Roger.) 
Rogers; see Elliott Knob. 
Rogersville; county seat of Hawkins 

county, Tenn. (Not Rodgers ville.) 
Rogersville; P. 0., Lauderdale county, 

Ala. (Not Rodgers ville.) 
£ogue; see Roque. 
RoUand; township, Isabella county, 

Mich. (Not Rowland.) 
Rollingstone; P. 0. and township, Wi- 
nona county, Minn. (Not Rolling 

Stone.) 
Rolston; creek, Gilmer county, Ga. 

(Not Raulston.) 
'Remain; cape, Charleston county, S. C 

(Not Roman nor Romans.) 
Romanzof ; cape in western Alaska, near 

latitude 62° N. (Not Dyer nor Rumi- 

antzoff . ) 

Note. — This is a high point (elevation 2,363 
feet) lying north from Ball point and westerly 
from Smith point and Dyer point. On some 
maps there has been confusion, Dyer point and 
Cape Romanzof being confounded. 

Romanzof; mountains in northern 

Alaska. (Not Romantzoff nor Rumi- 

antzoff.) 
Romauldo; peak, San Luis Obispo 

county, Cal. (Not Ramauldo.) 
Rome, Minn. ; see Roome. 
Rome, Tex. ; see Rhome. 
Romer Shoal; light, New York Lower 

bay, N. Y. (Not Dry Romer.) 
Romney; creek, Harford county, Md. 

(Not Rumney.) 
Rooms; township, Polk county, Minn. 

(Not Rome.) 
Roque; island, Englishman bay, Wash- 
ington county, Me. (Not Rogue.) 
Rosario; strait in Washington sound. 

Wash. (Not Canal de Neustra, Sefiora 

del Rosario, etc.) 
Rose; shoal near nortb end of Lake 

]Michiga;a. (Not Waugoshance.) 



Rosalie; P. 0. and township, Carroll 

county, Iowa. (Not Rosselle.) 
Roselle; see Rozel. 

Rosemount; P. O., township, and vil- 
lage, Dakota county, Minn. (NotRose- 

mont.) 
Rosetta; town in lower Egypt. (Not 

Rasheed nor Raahid.) 
Rosiclare; P.O., precinct, and village, 

Hardin county, 111. (Not Roseclair.) 
Roubedeau; pass and precinct, Scotts 

Bluff county, Nebr. (Not Roubadeau, 

Roubideau, nor Roubidoux.) 
Rough; see Makhnati. 
Roulette; P. 0. and township. Potter 

county. Pa. (Not Roulet.) 
Roumania; country, southern Europe. 

(Not Romania nor Rumania.) 
Roumelia; country, southern Europe. 

(Not Room-Elee, Roumeli, Rumelia^ 

Rumili.) 
Round; see Krugloi. 
Round Hill; see Dumpling Rock. 
Rouse Point; P. 0. and village, Clinton 

county, N. Y. (Not Rouse's Point.) 
Rowandiz; town in Tm-kish Kurdistan. 

(Not Ravandiz.) 
Rowland; see RoUand. 
Rowland Landing; post light, Ohio 

river, Washington county, Ohio. (Not 

Rowland's Landing.) 
Rowland Mills; P. 0., Hunterdon 

county, N. J. (Not Rowlands Mills.) 
Rowley; bay, Door county, Wis. (Not 

Rawleys.) 
Rowley's; see Rawley. ^ ■ 

Roxand; township, Eaton county, Mich. 

(Not Roxana.) 
Roxiticus; see Ralston. 
Royersford; borough and P. O., Mont- 
gomery county. Pa. (Not Royer'a 

Ford.) 
Rozel; P. O., Pawnee county, Kans. 

(Not Roselle.) 
Rubidoux; mountain, Riverside county, 

Cal. (Not Robidoux, Roubedeau, nor 

Rubideau.) 
Ruby; see Passamari. 
Rugged; see Makhnati. 
Rumiantzoff: see Romanzof. 
Rumney; see Romney. 
Runkel; P. O. and R. R. station, Meade 

county, S. Dak. (Not Runkles.) 
Runnymede; P. 0., Harper county, 

Kans. (Not Runnamede.) 



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Rus — Sai. 



Rush; lake in Ti^oele county, Utah. 

(Not Stockton.) 
Russell; island, Saint Clair river, Mich. 

(Not Russell's.) 
Russia; country, Europe and Asia. (Not 

Muscovy nor Rossiya.) 
Ryer; island, Suisun bay, Solano county, 

Cal. (Not King's, Long Point, nor 

Ryer's.) 
Ryan; township, Schuylkill county. Pa. 

(Not Ryon.) 
Eyssd; see Lisle. 

s. 

Sabattus; mountain and P. O., Andros- 
coggin county, Me. (Not Sebattis.) 

Sabine; point. Providence river, near 
Providence, R. I. (Not Sabin's.) 

Sacandaga; river in Adirondack region, 
N. Y. (Not Sacandago, Sacondaga, 
Sacondago, etc.) 

Sachem Head; harbor, Long Island 
sound, New Haven county. Conn. (Not 
Sachem's Head.) 

Sachsen; see Saxony. 

Sackatoo; see Sokoto. 

Sacketts Harbor; P. O. and village, 
Lake Ontario, Jefferson county, N. Y. 
(Not Sacket Harbor.) 

Saddleback; ledge, East Penobscot bay, 
Me. (Not Saddle Back.) 

Saddler ock; creek, Lincoln county, S. 
Dak. (Not Saddle.) 

Saegerstown; borough and P. 0., Craw- 
ford county. Pa. (Not Saegertown.) 

Saffordville; P. 0., Chase county, Kans. 
(NotSafford.) 

Sagasig; see Zagazig. 

Saghalien; see Sakhalin. 

Sahama; m.ountain peak of the Andes in 
western Bolivia. (Not Nevado de Sa- 
hama nor Sajama.) 

Sahara; great desert in northern Africa. 
(Not Qahra, Great Desert, Sahhra, 
Sahra, nor Zahara. ) 

Saida; maritime city of Palestine; the 
ancient Sidon. (Not Sidon nor Zidon.) 

Saigon; capital of French Cochin China. 
(Not Gai - Dinh - Thanh, Looknooee, 
Louknoui, nor Sai-Gun.) 

Saikio; see Kyoto. 

Sail; rock in Juan de Fuca strait, near 
Neah bay, Wash. (Not Klahostah nor 
Seal.) 



Sail; rock, off Pillar point, San Mateo 
county, Cal. (Not Pillar, Seal, nor 
Steeple.) 

Sailor; island in Hingham harbor, Mass. 
(Not Sarah's.) 

Saint Andrevsr; sound, Camden county, 
Ga. (Not Saint Andrew's.) 

Saint Augustine; see Augustine. 

* Saint Catharine; bend and creek, Mis- 
sissippi river, Adams county, Miss, 
(Not Saint Catherine's.) 

Saint Catharine; lake and mountain, 
Rutland county, Vt. (Not Lake Austin, 
Saint Catherine, nor Wells Pond.) 

Saint Clair; see Sinclair. 

Saint Clair sville; borough and P. 0., 
Bedford, county, Pa. (Not Saint Clair- 
ville.) 

Saint Clement; bay, Potomac river. 
Saint Mary county, Md. (Not Saint 
Clement's.) 

Saint Croix; island; one of the Virgin 
islands, West Indies. (Not Santa Cruz.) 

Saint Croix; river, between Maine and 
New Brunswick. (Not Sainte Croix.) 

Saint Croix; see Dochet. 

Saint Denis; see Bayou Petit Liard. 

Saint Elias; see Manby. 

Sainte Marie; island off east coast of 
Madagascar. (Not Nossi Burrah, Sainte- 
Marie, nor Sainte-Marie-de-Madagas- 
car.) 

Sainte Marie; P.O., township, and vil- 
lage, Jasper county. 111. (Not Saint 
Marie.) 

Saint Francis; P.O. and village, Saint 
Johns river. Lake county, Fla. (Not 
Old Town.) 

Saint Francis; river, southeastern Mis- 
souri. (Not Saint Francois.) 

Saint Francois; township, Madison 
county, Mo. (Not Saint Francis.) 

Saint Gabriel Church; post light, 
Mississippi river, Iberville parish. La. 
(Not Saint Gabriel's Church.) 

Saint Gallon; canton and town, Switz- 
erland. (Not Saint Gall nor Sankt 
Gallen.) 

Saint George; fort. Saint George river, 
Lincoln county. Me. (Not George.) 

Saint George; harbor, P. 0., river, and 
town, Knox county. Me. (Not Saint 
George's.) 

Saint George ; point and reef, Del Norte 
county, Cal. (Not Saint George's.) 



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166 



Saint George; sound near Apalachicola, 

Franklin county, Fla. (Not Saint 

George's.) 
Saint George's; see Georges. 
Saint Gotthard; mountain and pass, 

Switzerland. (Not Gothard, Saint 

Gothard, nor Sankt Gotthard.) 
Saint Helen; township, Roscommon 

county, Mich. (Not Saint Helens.) 
Saint Helens Bar; post lights, Colum- 
bia river, Columbia county, Oreg. (Not 

Saint Helen's.) 
Saint Hilaire; village, Polk county, 

Minn. (Not Saint Hiliare.) 
Saint Inigoes; creek, district, and P. O., 

Saint Mary county, Md. (Not Saint 

Inigo, Saint Inigoe, Saintlnigo's, Inigos, 

nor Saint Inigoas.) 
Saint John; P. 0. and village, Mult- 
nomah county, Oreg. (Not Saint 

John's.) 
Saint John; see Richelieu. 
Saint John Bogoslov; see Bogoslof. 
Saint Joh.ns; county seat of Clinton 

county, Mich. (Not Saint John's.) 
Saint Joh.ns; river in Florida. (Not 

Saint John's.) 
Saint Jones; river, Kent county, Del. 

(Not Jones'.) 
Saint Lawrence; bay, near East Cape, 

Bering strait, eastern Siberia. (Not 

Saint Laurence.) 
Saint Lawrence; island, Bering sea, 

Alaska. (Not Saint Laurence.) 
Saint Lazaria; see Kruzof . 
Saint Louis; capital of French Senegal, 

west Africa. (Not Louis, Ndar, nor 

Saint Louis-du-Senegal.) 
Saint Lucia; one of the Windward 

islands. (Not San Lucia nor Santa 

Lucia.) 
Saint Marks; P. O. and precinct, Wa- 
kulla county, Fla. (Not Saint Mark' s. ) 
Saint Martin; bay, islands, and point, 

Mackinac strait, Mackinac county, 

Mich. . (Not Saint Martin's.) 
Saint Martin; P. 0., Worcester county, 

Md. (Not Martins.) 
Saint Martinsville; county seat of Saint 

Martin parish. La. (Not Saint Martin- 

ville.) 
Saint Mary; creek and P. 0., Saint Mary 

county, Md. (Not Saint Marys City 

nor Saint Mary' a.) 



Saint Mary; lake and river, Blackfeel 
Indian reservation, northern Montana. 
(Not Chief Mountain.) 

Saint Marys; bend and P.O., Mississippi 
river, Sainte Genevieve county. Mo. 
(Not Saint Mary's.) 

Saint Marys; falls and river, northern 
Michigan. (Not Saint Mary's.) 

Saint Marys; river, Cumberland sound, 
Fla. (Not Saint Mary's.) 

Saint Marys, 111. ; see Marys River. 

Saint Mary's, S. C; see Old Town. 

Saint Marys Entrance ; sound at mouth 
of Saint Marys river, Nassau county, 
Fla. (Not Cumberland Entrance nor 
Fernandina Entrance.) 

Saint Matthew; island, Bering sea, 
Alaska. (Not Saint Mathew.) 

Saint Michael; island, Norton sound, 
Bering sea, Alaska. (Not Saint Mi- 
chael's.) 

Saint Michaels; see Miles. 

Saint Paul de Loanda; see Loanda. 

Saint Phillip's; see Phillips. 

Saint Pierre; see Miquelon. 

Saint Simon; beacon, island, and sound, 
Glynn county, Ga. (Not Saint Si- 
mon's.) 

Saiyit Tammany; see Neebish. 

Saint Vincent; one of the Cape Verde 
islands. (Not Sao Vicente.) 

Sakhalin; island, Okhotsk sea, eastern 
Siberia. (Not Sachalin nor Sagbalien, 
etc.) 

Sakhalin; see Amur. 

Sakonnet; point and river, Newport 
county, R. I. (Not Saugkonnet nor 
Seaconnet.) 

Salamonie ; township, Huntington coun- 
ty, Ind. (Not Salamonia.) 

Sa-la-vnk; see Selawik. 

Salina; creek and P. O., Cherokee Na- 
tion, Ind. T. (Not Saline.) 

Salisbury; sound, between Chichagof 
and Kruzof islands, southeastern 
Alaska. (Not Klokacheff.) 

Sallacoa; creek in Gordon and Cherokee 
counties, Ga. ; P. O. in Cherokee county, 
Ga. ; hamlet in Bartow county, Ga. 
(Not Calicoe nor Salequoah.) 

SalJe; see Bayou Sale. 

Sallee; creek, Powhatan county, Va. 
(Not Sally nor Salley's.) 



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SallisaW, creek, P. 0., and R. R. sta- 
tion, Cherokee Nation, Ind. T. (Not 
Salisaw nor Salaiseau. ) 

Sally; see Bayou Sale. 

Sallys; P. 0. and village, Aiken county, 
S. C. (Not Salley.) 

Salmon; bay, inner part of Shilshole bay, 
near Seattle, King county, Wash. 
(Not Shilshole.) 

Salmon; see Shilshole. 

Salmon Falls; town on Westfield river, 
Hampden county, Mass. (Not Fair- 
field.) 

Saloniki; city and gulf, Turkey. (Not 
Salaniki, Salonica, Salonika, Selanik, 
Selonica, nor Thessalonica.) 

Salary's; see Solary. 

Salt Springs; see Lithia Springs. 

Salvador; one of the Central American 
states. (Not San Salvador.) 

Samish; see Edison. 

Sammarino; see San Marino. 

Samples; creek, Duval county, Fla. 
(Not Starrett's.) 

Samples; see Edwards. 

Sampsell; P. 0. and township, Livings- 
ton county. Mo. (Not Sampsel.) 

Samoa; group of islands, south Pacific 
ocean. (Not Navigators nor Samoan. ) 

Sanachno; see West. 

San Alberto; bay, an arm of Bucareli 
bay. Prince of Wales archipelago, south- 
eastern Alaska. (Not Seno de San 
Alverto.) 

San Antonio; mountain, Los Angeles 
county, Cal. (Not Baldy, North Bald, 
nor Old Baldy.) 

San Antonio; see San Matias. 

San Buenaventura; see Ventura. 

San Clemente; island off southern coast 
of California. (Not San Clements,) 

Sand; see Eaccoon. 

Sanders; creek near Charleston, S. C. 
(Not Saunders.) 

Sandlake; P. 0. and town, Rensselaer 
county, N. Y. (Not Sand Lake.) 

Sands Point; lighthouse, Manhasset 
neck, Long Island sound, Nassau coun- 
ty, N. Y. (Not Sands' Point.) 

Sandwich; see Hawaiian. 

Sandy; point, Whidbey island. Island 
county , Wash . (Not Joe Brown Spit. ) 

Sandy; see Galankin. 



Sandy; see Great. 

Sandy; see West. 

Sandy Creek; see Murray. 

Sandyston; township, Sussex county, 

N. J. (Not Sandis nor Sandiston.) 
San Isabel; see Isabel. 
San Jacinto; see Kruzof. 
San Jorge; one of the Azores islands. 

(Not Saint George.) 
San Juan Bautista; island in Bucareli 

bay, Prince of Wales island, southeast- 
ern Alaska. (Not San Jean Bautista.) 
San Juan de Fuca; see Juan de Fuca. 
San Juan del Norte; seaport town of 

Nicaragua. (Not Grey Town nor San 

Juan de Nicaragua.) 
San Juan de TJlua; old fort near Vera 

Cruz, Mexico. (Not San Juan deUlloa.) 
San Lazaro; see Philippine. 
San Marino; capital city and republic, 

Italy. (Not Sammarino.) 
San Matias; gulf in northeastern Pata- 
gonia. (Not San Antonio.) 
Sannak; island, southeast of Unimak, 

Alaska. (Not Halibut nor Sanak.) 
Sannes; township. Yellow Medicine 

county, Minn. (Not Sandnes.) 
San Pitch; river, Sanpete county, Utah. 

(Not San Pete.) 
San Roque; see Disappointment. 
San Salvador; see Salvador. 
Sansbois; creek, mountains, and village, 

Choctaw Nation, Ind. T. (Not San 

Bois.) 
Sansibar; see Zanzibar. 
Santa Cruz; see Saint Croix. 
Santa Fe; see Burnham. 
Santafee; P. 0., Summers county, W.Va. 

(Not Santifee.) 
Santaluca; P. 0., Gilmer county, Ga. 

(Not Santa Luca nor Santa Lucah.) 
Santa Luzia; one of the Cape Verde 

islands. (Not Santa Lucia.) 
Santa Maria de los Remedios; see Yucatan. 
Santa Marta; bay and city, United 

States of Colombia, South America. 

(Not Martha.) 
Santa Monica; mountains, Los Angeles 

county, Cal. (Not Cahuenga.) 
Santa Ysabel; see Isabel. 
Santiago de Cuba; seaport, southeast- 
ern coast of Cuba. (Not Saint lago de 

Cuba.) 



Sam — Sch. 



168 



Santilla; seeSatilla. 

Santo Doming-o; a West Indian repub- 
lic on the island of Haiti. (Not Do- 
minica, Dominican Republic, Saint 
Domingo, nor San Domingo.) 

Santuit; see Cotuit. 

Saook; bay and point, Peril strait, south- 
eastern Alaska. (Not Sa-ook.) 

Sao Paulo; capital city and state, Brazil, 
South America. (Not San Paulo.) 

Sao Vicente; see Saint Vincent. 

Saragossa; capital city and province, 
Spain. (Not Caesaraugusta, Saragosse, 
nor Zaragoza.) 

Sarah; ledge, entrance to New London 
harbor, Conn. (Not Sarah's.) 

Sarah's; see Sailor. 

Sardinia; island in Mediterranean sea. 
(Not Sardegna.) 

Sargent; see Sergeant. 

Sarsilla; see Zarcillo. 

Sarson; island in Sengekontacket pond, 
Marthas Vineyard, Mass. (Not Sason, 
Sasan, nor Sirson.) 

Sartartia; P. 0., Fort Bend county, Tex. 
(Not Sartalla.) 

Sasakwa; P. 0. and village, Seminole Na- 
tion, Ind. T. (Not Sa-sak-wa nor Wild 
Goose.) 

Satilla; ri-ver, southeastern Georgia. 
(Not Santilla.) 

Satterley; see Sotterly. 

Satulah; mountain, Macon county, N. C. 
(Not Stuley.) 

Saulen; see Stolbovoi. 

Saul's Cross Roads; see Saulston. 

Saulston; P. 0. and village, Wayne 
county, N. C. (Not Saul' s Cross Roads. ) 

Sault Sainte Marie; city, Chippewa 
county, Mich. (Not Saint Marys Falls, 
etc.) 

Saunders; point. Little bay de Noquette, 
Delta county, Mich. (Not Saunder's.) 

Saunders; see Sanders. 

Sauquel; see Soquel. 

Sausalito; P. O., township, and village, 
Marin county, Cal. (Not Saucelito, etc.) 

Sauvie; large island, Columbia river, in 
Columbia and INIultnomah counties, 
Oreg. (Not Sauvie' s.) 

Savag's; landing, Ohio river, Lawrence 
county, Ohio. (Not Savage's) 

Savage; river in Garrett county, Md. 
(Not Savay.) 



Savanna; P. O. and R. R. station, Choc- 
taw Nation, Ind. T. (Not Savannah.) 

Savannah; P. 0. and R. R. station, Los 
Angeles county, Cal. (Not Savanna.) 

Savannah; township, Butler county, 
Nebr. (Not Savanah.) 

Save; river in Austria. (Not Sau nor 
Sava.) 

Savoy; P. 0. and village, Berkshire 
county, Mass. (Not Savoy Hollow.) 

Sawakin; see Suakin. 

Sawlog'; township, Hodgeman county, 
Kans. (Not Saw Log.) 

Sawyer; P. O. and village, Orleans comi- 
ty, N. Y. (Not Sawyers.) 

Sawyer Bend; post light, Mississippi 
river, near Saint Louis, Mo. (Not Saw- 
yer's Bend.) 

Saxeville; P. O. and township, Wau- 
shara county. Wis. (Not Saxville.) 

Saxony; kingdom, Germany. (Not 
Sachsen.) 

Sayres; neck, Cumberland county, N. J. 
(Not Say re nor Sayre's.) 

Scammon; city, Cherokee county, Kana. 
(Not Scammonville.) 

Scammon; cove, north end Lake Huron, 
Mackinac county, Mich. (Not Scam- 
mon' s.) 

Scandia; see Skandia. 

Scanlan; landing and P. O., Mississippi 
river, Crittenden county, Ark. (Not 
Scanlan' s.) 

Scarecorn; creek and P. 0., Pickena 
county, Ga. (Not Scearcorn.) 

Scarham; creek, Dekalb county, Ala. 
(NotSkirum.) 

Schakhun; see Shakun. 

Schaumberg; P. 0. and township. Cook 
county. 111. (Not Schaumburg.) 

Scheldt; river, Belgium and France. 
(Not Escaut nor Schelde.) 

Schenob; brook, chiefly in SheflBeld, 
Berkshire county, Mass. (Not Sker- 
rob.) 

ScMeisinger villa; P. O. and village, 
Washington county, Wis. (Not 
Schleighsingerville. ) 

Schodack; see Hell Gate. 

Schoodic; see Grand. 

Schorns; see Seehorn. 

Schuyler; sunken ledge, off Sakonnet 
point, R. I. (Not Schuvler's.) 

Schuyler; see DufL 



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Sch — Sen. 



Schuyler; see Magnolia. 

Scliuylerville; P. 0. and village, Sara- 
toga county, N. Y. (Not Schuylers- 
ville. 

Schwak; see Swauk. 

Scircleville; P. 0., Clinton county, Ind. 
(Not Circleville.) 

Sconsei; see Siasconset. 

Scotland; light-vessel at entrance to New- 
York bay. (Not Scottland.) 

Scott; bluffs, Mississippi river, EastBaton 
Rouge parish. La. (Not Scott's.) 

Scott; creek, Cattaraugus county, N. Y. 
(Not Scotts.) 

Scott; point, Lake Erie, near Catawba 
island, Ottawa county, Ohio. (Not 
Scott's.) 

Scott; village, Cattaraugus county, N. Y. 
(Not Scotts Corners.) 

Scottland; P.O. and village, Edgar coun- 
ty, 111. (Not Scott Land.) 

Scott Middle Ground; shoal between 
Belle Isle and water front of Detroit, 
Detroit river, Mich. (Not Scott's Mid- 
dle Ground.) 

Scotts Flat; village, Nevada county, 
Cal. (Not Scots Flat nor Scott Flat.) 

Scovill; rock, Connecticut river, near 
Higganum, Middlesex county, Conn. 
(Not Scovill's.) 

Scrogum; island, Mississippi river, near 
Prairie du Chien, Wis. (Not Scro- 
guna's.) 

Scusset; beach and harbor, near Plym- 
outh, Mass. (Not Scussett.) 

Sea; breaker or island or reef or rock 
near southern entrance to Salisbury 
sound, southeastern Alaska. (Not 
Morskoi.) 

Seaconnet; see Sakonnet. 

Seaford; P. 0., Sussex county, Del. 
(NotSeford.) 

Sea Grove; see Cape May Point- 
Seahorse; key, west coast of Florida, 
near Cedar Keys. (Not Sea-Horse.) 

Seal; see Sail. 

Searle ; rock at entrance to Salem harbor, 
Essex county, Mass. (Not Searl's.) 

Sears; island and ledge, Penobscot bay, 
Me. (Not Brigadier's nor Sear's.) 

Seawell's; see Sewall. 

Sebascbdeg'an; island, Cumberland 
county. Me. (Not Great nor Sebasco- 
diggin.) 



Sehatti?; see Sabattus. 

*Seboeis; plantation, P. 0., and river, 

Penobscot county, Me. (Not Seboois.) 
Seddon; see Bland. 
See All; mountain, Pocahontas county, 

W. Va. (Not See-all nor Seeall.) 
Seechelt; inlet and peninsula north of 

Nanaimo, British Columbia. (Not 

Sechelt.) 
Seehorn; creek, Jefferson county, Tenn. 

(Not Schorns nor Sohorn.) 
Seekonk; river, between Pawtucket and 

Providence, R. I. (Not Pawtucket.) 
Seeley; P. O., Cumberland county, N. J. 

(Not Cedar Grove.) 
Seely; township, Guthrie county, Iowa. 

(Not Seeley.) 
Seford; see Seaford. 
Segreg-anset; P. 0. and river, Bristol 

county, Mass. (Not Sweganset, etc.) 
Seguam; island, middle Aleutians, 

Alaska. (NotSiguam.) 
Sekiu; point and river, Clallam county, 

Wash. (Not Sekou nor Sekiou.) 
Selawik; lake near Kotzebue sound, 

northern Alaska. (Not Sa-la-wik.) 
Self; creek in Jefferson county, Ala. 

(Not Shell.) 
Selinsgrove; borough and P. O., Snyder 

county. Pa. (Not Selins Grove.) 
Selish; see Flathead. 
Sellars; P. 0., Morgan county, Ky. 

(Not Sellers.) 
Sellers; landing, Ohio river, Hardin 

county. 111. (Not Seller's.) 
Sellers; P. 0. and R. R. station, Upshur, 

county, W. Va. (Not Sellars nor Ten 

Mile.) 
Semerone; see Cimarron. 
Semiamoo; bay, P. O., and village, 

Whatcom county, Wash. (Not Sem- 

iahmoo.) 
Semichi; islands, western Aleutians, 

Alaska. (Not Semitchi.) 
Semidi; islands between Kadiak and 

the Shumagins, Alaska. (Not Foggy 

nor Seven.) 
Semisopochnoi; island, eastern Aleu- 
tians, Alaska. (Not Seven Mountains.) 
Semper; P. 0. and R. R. station, Jeffer- 
son county, Colo. (Not Sempter.) 
Seneaguoteen; P. O., Kootenai county, 

Idaho. (Not Senvaquateen, Siniaquo- 

teen, nor Sinyakwateen.) 



Sen — She. 



170 



Sengekontacket; pond near Edgartown, 

Marthas Vineyard, Mass. (Not Sen- 

sekontacket. ) 
Seno de San Alverio; see San Alberto. 
Senterh; see Centers. 
Seoul; capital of Korea, Asia. (Not 

Han-Tching, Han Yang, King-Ki-Tao, 

King-ki-too, Se-Oul, Se-Ul, Seul, Soul, 

nor Syool.) 
Sequatchie; county, river, town, and 

valley, Tenn. (Not Sequachee.) 
Sequatchie; P. O. and R. E. station, 

Bledsoe county, Tenn. (Not College 

nor Sequachee College.) 
Sequoia; P. 0., Tuolumne county, Cal. 

(Not Crocker nor Crocker's.) 
Sequoya; district and E.. R. station, 

Cherokee Nation, Ind. T. (Not Se- 

quo-yah.) 
Sarajevo; capital of Bosnia, Austria- 
Hungary. (Not Bosna-Serai, Sarajevo, 

Seraio, nor Serai wo.) 
Sergeant; township, McKean county, 

Pa. (Not Sargent.) 
Servia; kingdom, Europe. (NotSrbija.) 
Servis ; landing, Mississippi river, Jeffer- 
son county, Miss. (Not Servis'.) 
Sesuit; creek and harbor, Barnstable 

county, Mass. (Not Sursuit.) 
Setlerly; see Sotterly. 
Settlers; township, Sioux county, Iowa. 

(Not Settler nor Suttlers.) 
Seven; see Semidi. 
Seven Mile; see Neville. 
Seven Mountains; see Semisopochnoi. 
Seville; city and province, southern 

Spain. (Not Sevilla.) 
Sewall; point, Hampton Roads, Va. 

(Not Seawell's.) 
Seward; township, Kosciusko county, 

Ind. (Not Steward.) 
Seymourville; P. 0., Grant county, 

W. Va. (Not Seymoursville.) 
Shackleford; bank, Beaufort harbor, 

N. C. (Not Shackleford's.) 
*Shackleford; P. 0. and R. R. station. 

Saline county, Mo. (Not Shackelford. ) 
Shady Oak; lake in Minnetonka town- 
ship, Hennepin county, Minn. (Not 

Shady.) 
Shag; see Glacier. 
Shagwamigon; see Chequamegon. 
Shakum; pond in Middlesex county, 

Mass. (Not Waushakum.) 



Shakun; rock, Shelikof strait, Alaska 
(Not Schakhum nor Schakhun.) 

Shallowpool; see Shillapoo. 

SJiamo; see Gobi. 

Shane; branch, Burlington county, N, J, 
(Not Shane's.) 

Shanghai; city in China. (Not Chang- 
Hai, Shang-Hae, Woo-Sung, nor Wong- 
Poo.) 

Shaokatan; township, Lincoln county, 
Minn. (Not Shaokaton.) 

Shari; river, central Africa, tributary to 
Lake Chad. (Not Shary.) 

Sharkfin: shoal, Tangier sound, Chesa- 
peake bay, Dorchester county, Md, 
(Not Shark's Fin.) 

Sharodsville; see Sherradsville. 

*Sharonville; P. O. and village, Ham- 
ilton county, Ohio. (Not Sharon.) 

Sharps; island, near mouth of Choptank 
river, Chesapeake bay, Md. (Not 
Sharp's.) 

Shatterack; mountain, Bennington 
county, Vt. (Not Shettarack.) 

*Sha-ws; island, near Cape Douglas, Cook 
inlet, Alaska. (Not Shaw's.) 

Shaws; island in Grand lake, La. (Not 
Shaw's.) ' 

Sheep; see Brooks. 

Sheep Rock; see Corcoran. 

Sheepscot; bay, P. 0., and river, Lincoln 
county. Me. (Not Sheepscott.) 

Sheets; ripple in Ohio river, near Grand 
View, Washington county, Ohio. (Not 
Sheet's.) 

*Shelb3nrille ; county seat and township, 
Shelby county, Ind. (Not Shelby.) 

Shelikof; bay on west shore of Kruzof 
island, southeastern Alaska. (Not 
Guadalupe, Mary, Shelikova, nor Silk.) 

Shell; see Self. 

Shellville; town, Dauphin county, Pa. 
(Not West Hanover.) 

Shelton; see Skelton. 

Sherman; cove, Camden harbor, Penob- 
scot bay. Me. (Not Sherman's.) 

Sherrodsville; P. O. and village, Carroll 
county, Ohio. (Not Sharodsville.) 

Sherwood; point east of Norwalk har- 
bor, Long Island sound, Fairfield coun- 
ty, Conn. (Not Sherwood's.) 

Shettarack; see Shatterack. 

Sheyenne; river in North Dakota. (Not 
Cheyenne.) 



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She-Sin. 



Sheyenne; township, Richland county, 

N. Dak. (Not Cheyenne.) 
Sheyenne; see Cheyenne. 
Shickley; P. 0. and R. R. station, Fill- 
more county, Nebr. (Not Sickley.) 
Shikoku; one of the four large Japanese 

islands. (Not Sikoke, Sikokf, nor 

Sikoku.) 
Shillapoo; lake, Clarke county, Wash. 

(Not Shallowpool nor Shillanoo.) 
Shilshole; bay, Puget sound, near 

Seattle, King county. Wash. (Not Sal- 
mon.) 
Shilshole; see Salmon. 
Slump's; see Finley. 
Shin; see Calf. 
Shingking; see Manchuria. 
Shinnecock; bay, south shore of Long 

island, N. Y. (Not Great West nor 

Shinnicock.) 
Shire; river, south Africa, connecting 

Lake Nyassa with the Zambesi river. 

(Not Shira.) 
Shishmaref; inlet, northeast of Bering 

strait, Alaska. (Not Schischmareff.) 
Shiinak; see Chitnak. 
Shoal; creek in Marshall county, Ala. 

(Not Sloat.) 
Shoalwater; see Willapa. 
Shoe; see Shue. 
Shoemaker; island, Saint Lawrence 

river, 3 miles above Oakpoint, Saint 

Lawrence county, N. Y. (Not Shoe- 
maker's.) 
Shooters; island, entrance to Newark 

bay, Richmond county, N. Y. (Not 

Shooter's.) 
Shoquel; see Sequel. 
Shores; P.O. and R. R. station, Fluvanna 

county, Va. (Not Middleton.) 
Shoshone; see Absaroka. 
Shue; creek, Beadle county, S. Dak. 

(Not Shoe.) 
Shue Creek; township, Beadle county, 

S. Dak. (Not Shoe Creek.) 
Shulls Mill ; P. O. , Watauga county, N. C. 

(Not Shulls Mills.) 
Shumagin; islands, off south coast of 

Alaska peninsula. (Not Choumagin, 

etc.) 
Shun-tien-fu; see Pekin. 
Shut-in; creek, Jackson county, N. C. 

(Not Shut in, Shut In, nor Shutin.) 



Shuyak; island, north of Afognak and 
Kadiak islands Alaska. (Not Chuyak, 
etc.) 

Siasconset; village on Nantucket island, 
Mass. (Not Sconset.) 

Siberia; country, Asia. (Not Northland, 
Siberie, nor Sibiri. ) 

Sicilies, The Two; formerly southern 
part of present Italy, including Sicily. 
(Not Naples.) 

Sicily; island, Mediterranean sea. (Not 
Sicilia.) 

Sicklerville; P.O. and R. R. station, Cam- 
den county, N. J. (Not Sicklertown.) 

Sickley; see Shickley. 

Sidon; see Saida. 

Siebenhurgen; see Transylvania. 

Sierra Nevada; mountain range in east- 
ern California. (Not Sierra Nevadas 
nor Sierra Nevada Range. ) 

Sigel; township. Wood county, Wis. 
(Not Siegel.) 

Siginaka; group of islands in Sitka 
sound, Alaska. (Not Siginak.) 

Signal; see Devil. 

Siguam; see Seguam. 

Sikoke; see Shikoku. 

Silk; see Shelikof. 

Sillery; bay or cove, Anne Arundel 
county, Md. (Not Tar Coal.) 

Silver; lake, Cheshire county, N. H. 
(Not Breed Pond.) 

Silver Creek; see New Philadelphia. 

Silver Lake; P. 0. and village, Kos- 
ciusko county, Ind. (Not Silverlake 
Junction.) 

Silverlyville; see Siverly. 

Silver Spring; R. R. station, Montgom- 
ery county, Md. (Not Silver Springs 
Station. ) 

Silver Spring; see Bartlett Haystack. 

Silver Springs; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Marion county, Fla. (Not Sil verspring. ) 

Simeonof; island, one of the Shumagin 
group, Alaska. (Not Simeonoffski.) 

Simmesport; P. O., Avoyelles parish. 
La. (Not Simsport.) 

Simmons; island, Suisun bay, Solano 
county, Cal. (Not Ead's nor Richs.) 

Simmons; reef, northerly end of Lake 
Michigan, Mich. (Not Simmon's.) 

Sinai; mountain of Arabia. (Not Jebel- 
Moosa nor Moses.) 



Sin — Smi. 



172 



Sinaloa; city and state, Mexico. (Not 
Cinaloa.) 

Sinclair; township, Jewell county, Kans. 
(Not Saint Clair.) 

Sind; province of British India, at its 
western extremity, under the govern- 
ment of Bombay. (Not Sinde.) 

Not to be confounded with the Sindhia coun- 
try (Gwalior State), a native dependent State, 
which lies to the eastward in central India. 

Sindliia; country, British India. (Not 
Sinde, Scinde, etc.) 

SinganFu; city, China. (Not See Ngan, 
Sian, Sian Fu, Si Ngan, nor Si-Ngan.) 

Singapore; city and settlement, Malay 
peninsula. (Not Sincapore nor Singa- 
poor.) 

Siniaquoieen; see Seneaguoteen. 

Sink; creek in Dekalb county, Tenn. 
(Not Sinking.) 

Sint Sink; see Manhasset. 

Sippican Neck; see Great Neck. 

Sipsey; see Thacker. 

Sir Daria; see Amu. 

Sirson; see Sarson. 

Siskiwit; bay. Isle Royal, Mich. (Not 
Siscowit, etc.) 

Sisters; islands in the Ohio river, Liv- 
ingston county, Ky. (Not Two Sisters 
nor Twins.) 

Sitka; town, southeastern Alaska. (Not 
New Archangel.) 

Sitka; see Kruzof. 

Sitkinak; island, off southwest end of 
Kadiak, Alaska. (Not Sitchinak, etc.) 

Siverly; borough and P. O., Venango 
county, Pa. (Not Silverlyville.) 

Six Mile; see Buel. 

Skagerrack; an arm of the North sea, 
between Denmark and Norway. (Not 
Skagerack, Skager-Rack, nor Skager 
Eak.) 

Skagway ; pass, river, and village, south- 
eastern Alaska. (Not Schkague, Shkag- 
way, Skaguay, nor Skagwa.) 

Skandia; township, INIurray county, 
Minn. (Not Scandia.) 

Skeenah; creek, Macon county, N. C. 
(Not Skenah.) 

Skeenah; P. O., two creeks, and gap, 
Fannin county, Ga. (Not Skena, Ske- 
niah, Skeinah, nor Skienah.) 

Skeeters; see Streeter. 

Skelton; township, Warrick county, Ind. 
(Not Shelton.) 



Skene; mountain in Whitehall, "Wash- 
ington county, N. Y. (Not Skeen.) 

Skerrob; see Schenob. 

Skiatook; P. 0.,CherokeeNation,Ind.T. 
(Not Ski-a-took.) 

Skida"way; island, narrows, and river, 
Chatham county, coast of Georgia. 
(Not Skiddaway, etc.) 

SkifiEs; island, Muskeget channel, south- 
east of Marthas Vineyard, Mass. (Not 
Skiff's.) 

SkiUigallee; see He Aux Galets. 

Skipnish; R. R. station, Garrett county, 
Md. (Not Skipnish Junction.) 

Skirum; see Scarham. 

Skutari; city, Turkey. (Not Iskudar, 
Iskuder, Scutari, Skodra, Skadar, nor 
Uskudar.) 

Sky; hill in Tyringham, Berkshire 
county, Mass. (Not Toby's.) 

Slade; creek, tributary to Moore creek, 
Madison county, Mont. (Not Moore.) 

Slade; see Moore. 

Slaughtersville ; P. 0. and village, Web- 
ster county, Ky. (NotSlaughterville.) 

Sleeper; branch, Atlantic and Camden 
counties, N. J. (Not Mechescatauxin.) 

Sleeping Child; see Weeping Child. 

Sleepy Eye; lake, P. 0., R. R. station, 
and village. Brown county, Minn. 
(Not Sleep-eye.) 

Slingerlands; P. 0. and R. R. station 
in Bethlehem, Albany county, N. Y. 
(Not Slingerland.) 

Slipperyrock; township, Butler county, 
Pa. (Not Slippery Rock.) 

Slipperyrock; township, Lawrence 
county. Pa. (Not Slippery Rock.) 

Slippe Stein; see Magdalen. 

Sloat; see Shoal. 

Smartt; P. O. and R. R. station, Warren 
county, Tenn. (Not Smart's.) 

Smith; island at mouth of Cape Fear 
river. New Hanover county, N. C. 
(Not Smith's.) 

Smith; island at north point of entrance 
to Chesapeake bay, Northampton coun- 
ty, Va. (Not Smith's.) 

Smith.; island, Juan de Fuca strait. 
Island county. Wash. (Not Blunts, 
Bonilla, nor Smith's.) 

Note. — Discovered by Eliza in 1791, and 
named Isia de Bonilla. It was named Blunts 
island by Wilkes in 1841. On British Admiralty 
chart of 1847 called Smiths island. It is now 
generally known by the latter name.— Faciflc 
Coast FUot, 1S89, p. 55i. 



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Smi — Son. 



Smith; landing, Mississippi river, Pierce 
county, Wis. (Not Smith's.) 

Smith.; landing, Ohio river, Clermont 
county, Ohio. (Not Smith's.) 

Smith; peak, Tuolumne county, Cal. 
(Not Cottonwood nor Smith's.) 

Smith; river, Meagher county, Mont. 
(Not Deep Creek.) 

Smith; rock, Long Island sound, near 
mouth of Darien river, Fairfield county. 
Conn. (Not Smith's.) 

Smith Bar; post light, Mississippi river, 
5 miles below mouth of Saint Croix 
river, Minn. (Not Smith's Bar.) 

Smithers; creek, Fayette county, W.Va. 
(Not Smothers nor Smythers.) 

Smith's; see Paradise. 

Smithsburg; P. 0. and village, Wash- 
ington county, Md. (Not Smithburgh.) 

Smiths Crossroads; polling place, Pow- 
hatan county, Va. (Not Smithfield, 
Smith Roads, nor Smith ville.) 

Smiihville; see Dunkirk. 

Smothers; see Smithers. 

Smyrna; chief seaport of Asia Minor. 
(Not Aidin, Ismir, Izmir, nor Smyrne.) 

Smyrna; river, tributary to Delaware 
bay, Kent county, Del. (Not Duck 
Creek.) 

Smythers; see Smithers. 

Snake; river in Idaho. (Not J^ewis 
Fork.) 

Snakespring; township, Bedford coun- 
ty, Pa. (Not Snake Spring.) 

Sneden; landing, Hudson river, Rock- 
land county, N. Y. (Not Sneden's.) 

Snehatten; mountain peak, southern 
Norway. (NotSnaehiitten, Sneehaettan, 
Sneehaetten, nor Sneehattan.) 

Snipe; see Kulichkof. 

Snody Dock; lighthouse, Whitehall 
Narrows, Lake Champlain, Rutland 
county, Vt. (Not Snoddy's Dock.) 

Snoqualmie; pass, river, and town, King 
county, Wash. (Not Snoqualme, etc.) 

Snow; creek, Tuolumne county, Cal. 
(Not Hoffman, Hoffmann, nor Glacier 
Brook.) 

Snow; see Absaroka. 

Snow Creek; see Darrah. 

Snow Hill; county seat of Worcester 
county, Md. (Not Flawhill.) 

Snow Marsh; post lights. Cape Fear 
river. New Hanover county, N. C 
(Not Snow's Marsh.) 



Soda Spring; small lakes on head wateiB 

of north fork of Kern river, Tulare 

county, Cal. (Not Kern.) 
Soda Springs Butles; see Fairview Dome. 
Soembawa; see Sumbawa. 
Sohom; see Seehom. 
Sokoto; city, river, and suitanate, cen- 
tral Africa. (Not Saccatoo, Sackatoo, 

Sackatou, nor Sakatu.) 
Solary; wharf, Jessup lake, Orange 

county, Fla. (Not Salory's.) 
Soleduck; precinct and river, Clallam 

county. Wash. (Not Solduc nor Sole- 

ee-tiick.) 
Solem; township, Douglas county, Minn. 

(Not Solum.) 
Sellers; P. O., Calvert county, Md. 

(Not Soller.) 
Solomons; island and P. O., Calvert 

county, Md. (Not Solomon.) 
Solomons Lump; lighthouse, Kedge 

straits, Chesapeake bay, Md. (Not 

Solomon's Lump.) 
Somali; country. East Africa. (NotAdel 

nor Somauli.) 
Somerford; see Summerford. 
Somers; cove, Little Annemessex river, 

Somerset county, Md. (Not Somer's.) 
Somers; see Bermuda. 
Somersville; town, Contra Costa coun- 
ty, Cal. (Not Sommerville nor Sum- 

merville.) 
Sommerton; P. 0., Nansemond county, 

Va. (Not Somerton.) 
Sonora; town in Gordon county, Ga. 

(Not Sonoraville.) 
Soquel; cove, creek, landing, point, and 

P. 0., Santa Cruz county, Cal. (Not 

Saquel, Sauquel, Shoque, Shoquel, So- 

que, nor Soqual.) 
Sorel; see Richelieu. 
Sorrento; harbor and P. 0., Hancock 

county. Me. (Not Point.) 
Sothell; see Bothell. 
Sotterly; point and P. O., Saint Mary 

county, Md. (Not Satterley not Set- 

terly.) 
Soudan; see Sudan. 
Soukhoi; see Hayward. 
South; island, one of the Semidi islands, 

Alaska. (Not Kutloot.) 
South African Republic; see Transvaal. 
South Beaver; creek, Lincoln county, 

S. Dak. (Not Little Beaver.) 



Sou — Sqn. 



174 



Southbend; P. 0., precinct, and R. R. 
station, Cass county, Nebr. (Not South 
Bend.) 

South. Bloomfield; P. O. and village, 
Pickaway county, Ohio, (Not Bloom- 
field.) 

South Boulder; see Tobacco Root. 

South. Boundbrook; village, Somerset 
county, N. J. (Not Bloomington.) 

South Branch; river, tributary to Park 
river, Hartford countv. Conn. (Not 
Hog.) 

South Bunker; ledge in approach to 
Southwest harbor, Mount Desert, Me. 
(Not South Bunker's.) 

South Canyon Creek; see Illilouette. 

South Dartmouth; see Padanaram. 

South Dover; see Wings Station. 

Southeast Farallon; island off entrance 
to San Francisco bay, Cal. (Not South 
Farallon.) 

Soutlierland; see Sutherland. 

South Fork of Potomac; see Moorefleld. 

South Mowich; see Edmunds. 

South N'evp'market; township, Rocking- 
ham county, N. H. (Not South New 
Market.) 

Southold; bay and town, Suffolk county. 
Long Island, N. Y. 

South Park; P.O., Burlington eounty, 
N.J. (Not White Horse.) 

South Plainfield; P.O. and village, Mid- 
dlesex county, N. J. (Not New Brook- 
lyn.) 

Southport; P. 0. and village, Marion 
county, Ind. (Not South Port.) 

South River; P. O., Anne Arundel coun- 
ty, Md. (Not Birdsville.) 

Southwest; P. O. and village, McDonald 
county, Mo. (Not South West City.) 

Southwest; township, Warren county, 
Pa. (Not South West.) 

Southwest; see Cleare. 

Spahawn; see Ispahan. 

Spain; kingdom, southwestern Europe. 
(Not Espafia.) 

Sparrow; point, Patapsco river, Balti- 
more county, Md. (Not Sparrow's nor 
Sparrows.) 

Sparrow Point; P. O. and R. R. station, 
Baltimore county, Md. (Not Sparrows 
Point nor Steelton.) 

Spaulding; P. 0. and township. Union 
county, Iowa. (Not Spalding.) 



Spavinaw; creek and P. C, Cherokee 

Nation, Ind T. (Not Spavina.) 
Spears; rock, Rockland harbor, Knox 

county. Me. (Not Spear's.) 
Spearville; P. O., R. R. station, and 

township, Ford county, Kans. (Not 

Speareville.) 
*Spechts Ferry; post light and P. O., 

Mississippi river, Dubuque county, 

Iowa. (Not Specht's Ferry.) 
Spencer; township, Jennings county, 

Ind. (Not Spence.) 
Spencers Wharf; P. O., Saint Mary 

county, Md. (Not Hopewell.) 
Spesutie; island and narrows, Harford 

county, Md. (Not Spesutia.) 
Sphinx; mountain in Madison county, 

Mont. (Not Sphynx.) 
SpofFord; P. 0., Cheshire county, N. H. 

(Not Chesterfield Factory.) 
Spokane ; county seat of Spokane county 

Wash. (Not Spokane Falls.) 
Sprayt Kill; see Feuri Spruyt. 
Spring; mountains in southern Nevada, 

near California line. (Not Charleston.) 
Springbank; township, Dixon county, 

Nebr. (Not Spring Bank.) 
Springboro; borough and P. O., Craw- 
ford county. Pa. (Not Spring Borough. ) 
Springdale; P. 0., Hamilton county, 

Ohio. (Not Spring Dale.) 
Springdale; township, Dane county. 

Wis. (Not Spring Dale.) 
Spring Garden; township, York county, 

Pa. (Not Springarden.) 
Springhill; township, Johnson county, 

Kans. (Not Spring nor Spring Hill.) 
Springhills; P. 0. and village. Cham- 
paign county, Ohio. (Not Spring 

Hills.) 
Spring Mill; see William Penn. 
Springport; see Oakwood. 
Spruce; see Elovoi. 

Spurr; lake in Sheffield, Berkshire coun- 
ty, Mass. (Not Spur.) 
Spurrier; see Eastport. 
Squankum; branch, Gloucester county, 

N. J. (Not Squancum.) 
Squibnocket; beach, point, pond, and 

ridge, Marthas Vineyard, Mass. (Not 

Squipnocket.) 
Squid: ledge, west of Point Judith, R. I. 

(Not Squid's.) 
Squirrel; island in Saint Marys river, 

Canada. (Not Jonas.) 



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Srb— Sto. 



Srbija; see Servia. 

Staat Point; post light, Hudson river, 

Kensselaer county, N. Y. (Not Staat' s 

Point.) 
Staked Plain; see Llano Estacado. 
Stakeen; see Stikine. 
Stampers Creek; P. 0. and township, 

Orange county, Ind. (Not Stampus 

Creek.) 
Stanaford; stream between Fayette and 

Ealeigh counties, W. Va. (Not Stand- 
fords.) 
Stancos; see Los Trancos. 
Stanley; island, Missouri river, Cole 

county. Mo. (Not Stanley's.) 
Stannard; light and rock. Lake Supe- 
rior, Mich. (Not Stannard' s.) 
Stanovoi; mountains, eastern Sibera. 

(Not Jablonoi, Stannovoi, Yablonoi, 

nor Yablonovoi.) 
Stanton Station; see Simnyside. 
Stapleliurst; P. 0. and village, Seward 

county, Nebr. (Not Stapplehurst.) 
Star; township. Clay county, S. Dak. 

(Not Starr.) 
Starr; mountain in Polk and Monroe 

counties, Tenn. (Not Star's.) 
Starrett; creek, Duval county, Fla. 

(Not Sterretts.) 
Starrett' s, Fla. ; see Edwards. 
Starretfs, Fla. ; see Samples. 
Starrigavan; bay in Sitka sound, Alas- 
ka. (Not Old Harbor nor Starri- 

Gavan.) 
Starrucca; borough and P. O., Wayne 

county. Pa. (Not Starucca.) 
Steele; bayou, Yazoo river. Miss. (Not 

Steels.) 
Steele; village, Jefferson county, Nebr. 

(Not Steel City.) 
Steeleville; P. O., precinct, and village, 

Eandolph county. 111. (Not Steeles- 

ville.) 
Steelton; see Sparrow Point. 
Steen; township, Knox county, Ind. 

(Not Stien.) 
Steeple; see Sail. 
Stekoah; creek and P. 0., Graham 

county, N. C. (Not Stecoah.) 
Stepovak; bay, south side of Alaska pen- 
insula, near the Shumagins, Alaska. 

(Not Stepovakho, etc.) 
Sterling; see Stirling. 
Sterretts; see Starrett. 



Stevens; creek, Santa Clara county, Cal. 
(Not Cupertino nor Steven's.) 

Stevens; see New Meadows. 

Stevens Creek; township, Lancaster 
county, Nebr. (Not Stephens Creek.) 

Steward; see Seward. 

Stewart; island, Ohio river, near Birds- 
ville, Livingston county, Ky. (Not 
Stewart's.) 

Stien; see Steen. 

Stikine; river and strait, southeastern 
Alaska. (Not Stakeen, etc.) 

Stilaguamish; lake and river, Snoho- 
mish county, Wash. (Not Sta-lu- 
kaha-mish, Steilaguamish, Stillaqua- 
mish, etc., nor Tuxpam.) 

Stillpond; creek, neck, and P. O., Kent 
county, Md. (Not Still Pond.) 

Stinkingwater; see Passamari. 

Stirling-; P. O. and R. R. station, Morris 
county, N.J. (Not Sterling.) 

Stockbridge Bowl; lake, Berkshire 
county, Mass. (Not Lake Mahkeenac.) 

Stockton; see Rush. 

Stolbovoi; cape on west shore of Nova 
Zembla. (Not Column nor Saul en. ) 

Stone; canyon, Los Angeles county, Cal. 
(Not Beach.) 

Stone; river in central Tennessee, tribu- 
tary to Cumberland river. (Not 
Stone's.) 

Stonefort; P. O. and township, Saline 
county. 111. (Not Stone Fort.) 

Stonelick; P. 0. and township, Clermont 
county, Ohio. (Not Stone Lick.) 

Stone Slough; post light, Mississippi 
river, Jo Daviess county. 111. (Not 
Stone's Slough.) 

Stoney; creek in western Montana. (Not 
Emponay nor Rocky.) 

Stony; river in Grant county, AV. Va. 
(Not Stoney.) 

Stony; run, Hanover county, Va. (Not 
Stoney.) 

Stony; see Mountain. 

Stonycreek; township, Henry coxmty, 
Ind. (Not Stoney Creek.) 

Stonycreek; P. O. and township, Som- 
erset county. Pa. (Not Stoney Creek.) 

Stony Ledge; spur of Greylock moun- 
tain, Berkshire county, Mass. (Not 
The Bluffs.) 

Stout; run, landing on Ohio river, and 
P. 0., Adams county, Ohio. (Not 
Stout's.) 



Sto— Sve. 



176 



Stoystown; borough and P. O., Somer- 
set county, Pa. (Not Stoyestown.) 

Strait Creek; P. O., Highland county, 
Va. (Not Forks of Water nor Straight 
Creek.) 

Strassburg:; capital of Alsace-Lorraine, 
Germany. (Not Strasbourg nor Stras- 
burg.) 

Strattanville; borough, Clarion county, 
Pa. (Not Strattonville.) 

Strattonport; see College Point. 

Straub; post light, Missouri river, Mont- 
gomery coimty, Mo. (Not Straub' s.) 

Streeter; creek, Nansemond county, Va. 
(NotMilldam, Skeeters, nor Striker's.) 

Stretche; seeFinley. 

Stribling", the northwestern point of 
Saint Joseph island. Saint Mary river, 
Mich. (Not Stribling' s.) 

Striker's; see Streeter. 

Strogonof ; point, north shore of Alaska 
peninsula. (Not Strogonov.) 

Stromsburg; city and precinct, Polk 
county, Nebr. (Not Stromburgh.) 

Stuley; see Satulah. 

Stumpy; P. 0., Dare connty, N. C. 
(Not Stumpey.) 

Stuttgart; capital of Wiirttemberg, Ger- 
many. (Not Stutgard.) 

Suakin; seaport town of Egypt, on the 
' Eed sea. (Not Sawakin nor Suakim.) 

Succonnesset; point and shoal, north 
shore of Vineyard soimd, Mass. (Not 
Succoneset.) 

Succor Flat; village. Placer county, 
Cal. (Not Sucker Flat.) 

Sucker Flat; see Succor Flat. 

Sucre; department and city, Bolivia. 
(Not Charcas, Chuquisaca, nor La 
Plata.) 

Sudan; region of central Africa. (Not 
Beled-es-Soodan, Beled-es-Sudan, Nig- 
ritia, Soodan, nor Soudan.) 

Sudetes; mountains, Germany. (Not 
Sudeten nor Sudetic.) 

Suera; see Mogador. 

Suez; gulf, isthmus, and seaport, Egypt. 
(Not Soueys nor Souez.) 

Sugarcreek; P. 0. and township, Ve- 
nango county. Pa. (Not Sugar Creek.) 

Sugarcreek; township, Armstrong coun- 
ty, Pa. (Not Sugar Creek.) 

Sugarloaf ; P. 0. and township, Luzerne 
county, Pa. (Not Sugar Loaf.) 



Sugarloaf; township, Columbia county. 
Pa. (Not Su^rar Loaf.) 

Sugarloaf; see Las Trampas. 

Sugar Loaf; see Cone. 

Sugar Pine; see General. 

Sagartown; see Cullasagee. 

Suisun; P. 0., R. R. station, and village, 
Solano county, Cal. (Not Suisun City.) 

Sulaiman; mountain range, eastern 
Afghanistan. (Not Suleiman nor Suli- 
man.) 

Sulima; see Ugashik. 

Sullivans; island, Charleston harbor, 
S. C. (Not SulUvan's.) 

Sumbawa; island, one of the Dutch East 
Indies. (Not Soembawa.) 

*Summerford; P. 0., township, and vil- 
lage, Madison county, Ohio. (Not Som- 
erford.) *■ 

Summerset; township, Adair county, 
Iowa. (Not Summersett.) 

Summitville; P. 0. and village, Madison 
county, Ind. (Not Summit Hill.) 

Sunnyside; P. O. and R. R. station, 
Hunterdon county, N. J. (Not Stanton 
Station nor Sunny Side.) 

Surabaya; river and seaport of Java. 
(Not Soerabaya, Soorabaya, nor Soura- 
baya.) 

Surratsville; see Clinton. 

Sursuit; see Sesuit. 

Sushitna; river, tributary to Cook inlet, 
Alaska. (Not Suchitno.) 

Susquehanna; borough and P. 0., Sus- 
quehanna county, Pa. (Not Susque- 
hanna Depot.) 

Sutallee; P. 0., Cherokee county, Gra. 
(Not Sutalleo.) 

Sutherland; P. O. and village, O'Brien 
county, Iowa. (Not Southerland.) 

Suttlers; see Settlers. 

Sutton; bay and point, Bingham town- 
ship, Leelanaw county, Mich. 

Note.— The P. O. In this township ia Buttons 
Bay. 

Sutwik; island, north of the Semidi is- 
lands, Alaska. (Not Sutkhwik.) 

Su-wanee; county, river, and town, Fla. 
(Not Suwannee.) 

Suwanee; P. 0. and village, Gwimiett 
county, Ga. (Not Suwannee.) 

Suworof ; cape and village, Bristol bay, 
Alaska. (Not Souvoroff.) 

Sverdrup; township, Ottertail county, 
Minn. (Not Swerdrup.) 



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Swa — Tan. 



Swan; island, Penobscot bay, Me. (Not 
Burnt Coat nor Swan's.) 

Swan, Mont. ; see Kootenai. 

Swan, Wash. ; see Ozette. 

Swansea; village, Blount county, Ala. 
(Not Viola.) 

Swauk; creek, Kittitas county, Wash, 
(Not Sch-wak nor Swauck.) 

Sweden; P.O., Sweden township, Mon- 
roe county, N. Y. (Not West Sweden.) 

Sweden Center; village, 3 miles north- 
east of Sweden P. 0., Sweden township, 
Monroe county, N. Y. (Not Sweden.) 

Sweeilin; P. O., Pendleton county, W. 
Va. (Not Sweedlin Hill.) 

Sweet; island in Sheepscot river, Lincoln 
county, Me. (Not Isle of Springs.) 

Sweganset; see Segreganset. 

Swimming' Pen; creek, Clay county, Fla. 
(Not Swimming Pan.) 

Swinomish.; river orslough. Wash, (Not 
Swiwomish.) 

Switzerland; republic, Europe, (Not 
Helvetic Confederation nor Swiss Con- 

~ federation.) 

Sylvan; see Goodrich. 

Symonds; bay, Biorka island, Sitka 
sound, Alaska. (Not Symond.) 

Synnes; P. 0, and township, Stevens 
county, Minn, (Not Symes.) 

Syool; see Seoul. 

Syracuse; city, Sicily, (Not Siracusa.) 

Syria; grand division of Asiatic Turkey. 
(Not Suria.) 

T. 

Tobago; see Tobago. 

Tabasco; river and state, Mexico. (Not 
Grijota.) 

Tabernacle; P. 0., Coffee county, Ala. 
(Not Tabanacle,) 

Tabor; P. 0,, R. R. station, and village, 
Morris county, N. J. (Not Mount Ta- 
bor. 

Taborton; village, Rensselaer county, 
N. Y. (Not Georgetown.) 

Tabriz; city in Persia. (Not Tabreez, 
Tabuz, Tauris, Tavris, Tebris, nor Te- 
briz.) 

Taccoa; see Toccoa, 

TacJcaras; see Thackery. 

Tackawasick; creek and pond in Rens- 
selaer county, N. Y. (Not Cummings 
nor Tsatsawassa.) 

M S— 03 12 



Taconic; mountain range, southwestern 
Massach usetts, (Not Taghanic nor Tag- 
hanick. ) 

Tadda; see Binue. 

Taenarum; see Matapan. 

Taghanic; falls, Tompkins county, N,Y. 
(Not Taughannock.) 

Tag-hanic Falls; P, O., Tompkina 
county, N, Y, (Not Taughannock 
Falls.) 

Tagus; river, Spain and Portugal. (Not 
Tajo, Tayo, nor Tejo.) 

Tahawus; P, 0., Essex county, N. Y. 
(Not Tahawa nor Tahawas.) 

Tahkeena; river draining from Arkell 
lake, in the upper Yukon watershed. 
(Not Tahkena nor Tahkheena.) 

Tainaron; see Matapan. 

Taiya; inlet and river at head of Lynn 
canal, Alaska, (Not Dayay, Dejah, 
Dyea, Perrier, nor Tyya.) 

Taiya; see Dyea. 

Takoma; suburb of Washington, D. C. 
(Not Takoma Park.) 

Takoma; see Rainier. 

Talassee; P. 0., road, and shoals, Jack- 
son county, Ga. (Not Talasse nor Tal- 
lasee.) 

Talbott; P. 0. and R. R, station, Jeffer- 
son county, Tenn. (Not Talbot,) 

Taliaferro; gap in White Oak moun- 
tains, southeastern Tennessee, (Not 
Tallioferro nor Talliferro,) 

Tallahatchie ; river in northern Missis- 
sippi. (Not Tallahatchee.) 

Tallmadge; P. 0. and township, Otta- 
wa county, Mich. (Not Talmage.) 

Tally's; see Tolly. 

Tama; P, 0., township, and village, 
Tama county, Iowa. (Not Tama City.) 

Tamaulipas; state, northeastern Mexi- 
co. (NotNewSantander.) 

Tananarivo; capita of Madagascar, 
(Not Antananarivo, Antaxaxarivo, Tan- 
anarivoo, Tananarivou, Taxanarivo, 
etc.) 

Taneum; creek, Kittitas county. Wash. 
(Not Tanum.) 

Taneum; see Bumping. 

Tanganyika; great lake, central Africa. 
(NotKimana, Msaga, Tanganika, nor 
Yemba.) 

Tanner; creek or run, tributary to Ohio 
river, Meigs county, Ohio. (Not Tan- 
ner's.) 



Tan— Tha. 



178 



Tanner; see Ragged. 

Tannery; see Gilmore. 

Tapajos; river, central Brazil, tributary 

to the Amazon. (Not Tapajoz nor To- 

tayos.) 
Tappan; see Negro. 
Tara; township, Swift county, Minn. 

(Not Tava.) 
Tarahlus; see Tripoli. 
Tarabozn; see Trebizond. 
Tar Coal; see Sillery. 
Tarpley; post light, Mississippi river, 

Washington county, Miss. (Not Tar- 
pley' s.) 
Tarrant; creek, near Norfolk, Va. (Not 

Terrane nor Edmund's.) 
Tascawilla; see Tuscawilla. 
Tashkend ; capital of Russian Turkestan. 

(Not Taschkend nor Tashkent.) 
Tasmania; island in south Pacific ocean. 

(Not Van Dieman'sLand.) 
Tassajero; creek and village, Contra 

Costa county, Cal. (Not Tasajero nor 

Tassajera.) 
Tatum; P. 0. and village, Marlboro 

coxinty, S. C. (Not Tatum Station.) 
Taughanuc; see Everett. 
Tauris; see Tabriz. 
Tava; see Tara. 
Tawas; bay, city, harbor, point, etc., 

Iosco county, Mich. (Not Ottawa.) 
Taylor; creek in Orange and Osceola 

counties, Fla. (Not Crop Grass, Crab 

Grass, nor Taylors.) 
Taylor; island, Dorchester county, Md. 

(Not Taylors.) 
Taylor; P. 0. and village, Lafayette 

county. Miss. (Not Taylor' s. ) 
Taylor Island; P.O., Dorchester county, 

Md. (Not Taylor's Island.) 
Tayuling; range of mountains, south- 
eastern China. (Not Bohea, Ta Yu 

Ling, nor Tayu Ling.) 
Tchad; lake, central Africa. (Not Chad, 

Tched, Tsad, nor Tschad.) 
Tchefunda; see Chefuncte. 
Tchegoula; see Chugul. 
Tcheliuskin; see Chelyuskin. 
Tchigul; see Chigul. 
Tchineyak; see Chiniak. 
Tching Toy Fou; see Chingtu. 
Tchitchagoff; see Chichagof. 
Tchuginadak; see Chuginadak. 



Tebenkof ; bay in western side of Kuiu 
island, Alexander archipelago, southern 
Alaska. (Not Tebienkof.) 

Tebriz; see Tabriz. 

Tehachapi; town and pass, Kern county, 
Cal. (NotTehachapai, etc.) 

Teheran; capital of Persia. (Not Tehran 
nor Tehraim.) 

Tejera; see Tijeras. 

Tejo; see Tagus. 

Tenasillihee; island, Columbia river, 
Oreg. (Not Tenas Illihee, etc.) 

Tenghiz; see Balkash. 

Tenley; P. 0. and village in District of 
Columbia. (Not Tenallytown.) 

Tenmile; P. 0. and township, Macon 
county. Mo. (Not Ten Mile.) 

Ten Mile; see Sellers. 

Tennant; harbor, Knox county, Me. 
(Not Tenant's nor Tennant' s.) 

Tenpound; island, Gloucester harbor, 
Mass. (Not Ten-Pound.) 

Tensas; bayou, parish, river, and town, 
eastern Louisiana. (Not Tensaw.) 

Terra del Fuego; see Tierra del Fuego. 

Terrane; see Tarrant. 

Terrebonne; bay, Gulf coast, Terre- 
bonne parish. La. (Not Terre Bonne.) 

Terrel; landing, Ohio river, Ballard 
county, Ky. (Not Terrel's.) 

Terrell; branch, Cumberland county, 
N. J. (Not Terrill.) 

Terry; point on northeastern shore of 
Long Island, near Orient, Suffolk coun- 
ty, N. Y. (Not Terry's.) 

Terry's; see McDonald. 

Teslin; lake and river, tributary to the 
upper Yukon. (Not Hootalinqua, Hota- 
linga, etc., nor Teslin-too nor Teslia- 
hina.) 

Tete de Mort; creek or river and town- 
ship, Jackson comity, Iowa. (Not 
Des Morts, DesMotts, Tete dea Morta, 
nor Tete Morte.) 

Tezcuco; lake and town near the city of 
Mexico. (Not Texcoco nor Tezcoco.) 

Thacker; creek, Blount county, Ala. 
(Not Jack, Leek, Sipsey, norThacher's.) 

Thackeray; P. 0., Hamilton county, lU. 
(Not Thackery.) 

Thackery; point on Elk river, Cecil 
county, Md. (Not Tackaras.) 

Thatch; island, Poponesset bay, Maaa 
(Not Hatch.) 



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Tha— Tim. 



Thatclier; island, near Cape Ann, Essex 

county, Mass. (Not Thatcher's.) 
Tlie Abbey; see Glenmont. 
The Alacranes; see Alacran. 
The Bluffs; see Stony Ledge. 
The Bull; see Gooseberry Island. 
The Cove; see Cutchgue. 
The Graves; group of rocks in entrance 

to Boston harbor, Mass. (Not Graves 

Ledge.) 
The Graves; ledge of rocks, Penobscot 

bay, Me. (Not Graves.) 
The Hussey; rock in entrance to Casco 

bay, Me. (Not Hussey Eock.) 
Theiss; see Tisza. 
The Nub; see Bald. 
Thessalonica; see Saloniki. 
The Trap; a blind passage in the Ohio 

river, Allegheny county. Pa. (Not 

Traps.) 
Thian Shan; mountains of central Asia. 

(Not Than Shan, Thian-Shan, Tian 

Shan, nor Tien-Shan.) 
Thibodaux; county seat of Lafourche 

parish, La. (Not Thibodeaux.) 
Thomas; landing, Mississippi river, Tip- 
ton county, Tenn. (Not Thomas'.) 
Thomas; point, Chesapeake bay, near 

Annapolis, Anne Arundel county, Md. 

(Not Thomas's.) 
Thompson; landing, Mississippi river, 

Scott county, Mo. (Not Thompson's.) 
Thompson; P. O. and village, Bullock 

county, Ala. (Not Thompson Station.) 
Thompson; see Fish. 
Thompsontown; borough and P. 0., 

Juniata county, Pa. (Not Thompson- 

ville.) 
Thomson; borough and township, Sus- 
quehanna county, Pa. (Not Thomp- 
son.) 
Thormanby ; islands in British Columbia. 

(Not Thornmanby.) 
Thorn; township and village, Perry 

county, Ohio. (Not Thorne.) 
Thorri.; see Cassiday. 
Thornton; P. O. and township, Cook 

county, 111. (Not Thornton Station.) 
ThoulmjLse; see Toulouse. 
Threeforks; P. 0., R. R. station, and 

precinct, Gallatin county, Mont. (Not 

Three Forks.) 
Three Mile Branch; see McCoy. 



Throgs Neck; lighthouse. East river, 

Long Island sound, N. Y. (Not Tkrog'a 

Neck.) 
Thrumcap; landmark, Kent county, Del. 

(Not The Thrumbcap.) 
Thua-Thien; see Hue. 
Thunder; cape on Canadian shore of 

Lake Superior. (Not Pointe au Ton- 

nere.) 
Thurlow; see Crotch. 
Tiah; cove in Tisbury Great pond, Mar- 
thas Vineyard, Mass. (Not Tyers nor 

Tyres.) 
Tibbetts; point. Saint Lawrence river, 

near Cape Vincent, Jefferson county, 

N. Y. (Not Tibbett's.) 
Tibesti; arid mountainous district, Sa- 
hara, Africa. (Not Tibesty nor Tu.) 
Tibet; high plateau, central Asia. (Not 

Thibet.) 
Tiburdo; see Tirbircio. 
Tickanetley; creek and P. 0., Gilmer 

county, Ga. (Not Ticanetlee, Ticka- 

netly, nor Tickenetly.) 
Tidbury; creek, Kent county, Del. 

(Not Tidburg.) 
Tidmore; P. O., Blount county, Ala. 

(Not Nectar nor Nector.) 
Tien-Shan; see Thian Shan. 
Tientsin; city and treaty port, northern 

China. (Not Tien-tsin, Tien Tsin, noi 

Tientsin-fu.) 
Tierra del Fuego; group of islands at 

south end of South America. (Not Terra 

del Fuego.) 
Tiete; river, Brazil. (Not Anhembi nor 

Anhemby.) 
Tijeras; village. Las Animas county, 

Colo. (Not Madrid, Tejares, Tejera, 

nor Tijeres.) 
Tilghman; see Roberts. 
Tilley; see Filley. 
Tilsey; see Brickyard. 
Tiltill; valley, Tuolumne county, Cal. 

(Not Tiltil, Tilltill, nor Til Till.) 
Titan's; see Higgon. 

Timbalier; bay on Gulf coast, Terre- 
bonne parish. La. (Not Timballier.) 
Timber; see Charleston. 
Timberhill; township, Bourbon county, 

Kans. (Not Timber Hill.) 
Timberridge; P. O., Greene county; 

Tenn. (Not Ev9ns Cross Roads.) 



Tim— Tow. 



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Timbuktu; town, western Africa. (Not 

Ten Boctoo, Timbuctoo, Tombouctou, 

Tombuctoo, nor lombuktu.) 
Timken; P. 0. and R. R. station, Rush 

county, Kans. (Not Timpkin.) 
Timor ; easternmost of ttie Sunda islands, 

Malay arcliipelago. (Not Timur.) 
Timpanogos; see Provo. 
Tinicum; island and township, Delaware 

county, Pa. 
*Tinney Grove; P. 0. and village, Ray 

county. Mo. (Not Tinney's Grove.) 
Tirbircio; creek, La Plata county, Colo. 

(Not Tiburcio.) 
Tirzah; P. 0. and town, York county, 

S. 0. (Not Tiryah.) 
Tisbury Great; pond on Marthas Vine- 
yard, Mass. (Not Great Tisbury nor 

Ukiesa.) 
Tisdel Towhead; post light, Mississippi 

river. Pike county, Mo. (Not Tisdale 

Towhead nor Tisdel's Tow- Head.) 
Tisza; river, Hungary. (Not Theiss.) 
Tlee-al-um; see Clealum. 
lleekh; see Kruzof. 
Tobacco Root; mountains in Madison 

county, Mont. (Not Jefferson Range 

nor South Boulder Momitains.) 
Tobago; island, West Indies. (Not 

Tabago.) 
Tobin; township, Perry county, Ind. 

(Not Tobia.) 
Toby's; see Sky. 
Toccoa; river, Gilmer county, Ga. (Not 

Tacoy, Taccoa, Taccoy, nor Ocoee.) 
Note. — The part in Tennessee is called Okoee. 
Toccoa; see Okoee. 
Tod; township, Huntingdon county. Pa. 

(Not Todd.) 
Toes; see Tue. 
Togus; pond, near Togus, Kennebec 

county. Me. (Not Waromontogus.) 
Tokua; township. Big Stone county, 

Minn. (Not Tokna.) 
Tokyo; capital city of Japan. (Not 

Jeddo, Tokei, Yedo, nor Yeddo.) 
Toler Landing:; post light, Mississippi 

river, 10 miles above New Madrid, Mo. 

(Not Toier's Landing.) 
Toleston; P. 0., R. R. station, and vil- 
lage. Lake county, Ind. (Not Tolles- 

ton.) 
Toll Gate; creek in Arapahoe county, 

Colo. (Not Gate.) 



Tolly; point, Chesapeake bay, Anne 
Arundel county, Md. (Not Tally's) 

Tolstoi; see Burunof. 

Tom; see Barnsley. 

Tombigbee; P. O., Marengo county, and 
river in western Alabama. (Not Tom- 
bigby.) 

To mh ickon; R. R. station and village, 
Luzerne county. Pa. (Not Sugar Loaf. ) 

Tom Nevers; head and pond, southeast 
coast of Nantucket island, Mass. (Not 
Tom Never' s.) 

Toms Run; post light, Ohio river, Jack- 
son county, W.Va. (Not Tom's Run.) 

Tonga; group of islands. South Pacific 
ocean. (Not Friendly.) 

Tonkin; gulf and province, the northern- 
most of Anam, Indo China. (Not Tong- 
king, Tonquin, nor Tungking.) 

Tonset; village, Barnstable county, Mass. 
(Not Tonsett.) 

Tony; landing and towhead, Mississippi 
river. New Madrid county, Mo. (Not 
Tony's.) 

Tooele; city (or town) , county, peak, and 
valley in Utah. (Not Tooelle.) 

Toonigh; P. 0., Cherokee county, Ga. 
(Not Lebanon.) 

Toppenish; creek, P. O., and R. R. sta- 
tion, Yakima county. Wash. (Not 
Topinish.) 

Tortola; one of the Virgin islands, Brit- 
ish West Indies. (Not Tortula nor Tur- 
tle Dove.) 

Totayos; see Tapajos. 

Totopotomoy; creek, Hanover county, 
Va. (Not Tolopatomoy.) 

Toug-ting; see Tungting. 

Toulon; seaport, southern France. (Not 
Toulon-sur-Mer. ) 

Toulouse; city, southern France. (Not 
Thoulouse.) 

Tournay; city, Belgium. (NotDoornick, 
Doornik, nor Tournai.) 

Towamensing; township, Montgomery 
county. Pa. (Not Towamencin.) 

Townsend Gut; " a narrow, crooked 
passage leading from Boothbay harbor 
into Sheepscot river," Lincoln county, 
Me. (Not Towns End.) 

Townshend; P. O. and R. R. station, 
Prince George county, Md. (Not Os- 
borne.) 

Townsville; P. O. and township, Vance 
county, N. C. (Not Townesville.) 



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Tox— Tor, 



Toxaway; see Great Hogback. 
Tracy; not Troy. 

Tramp; harbor, Puget sound, King coun- 
ty. Wash. (Not Trump.) 

Tranquility; sec Little Hauken. 

Transvaal; republic in South Africa. 
(Not South African Republic.) 

Transylvania; grand principality, Hun- 
gary. (Not Erdely, Siebenbiirgen, nor 
Transylvanie.) 

TrapHill; village, Raleigh county, W.Va. 
(Not Marshes.) 

Trappe; see Dividing. 

Traps; see The Trap. 

Treadwell; bay. Lake Champlain, Clin- 
ton county, N. Y. (Not Tredwell.) 

Treadwell; P. 0. and village, Murray 
county Ga. (Not Amzi.) 

Trebizond; Turkish seaport on south- 
east coast of the Black sea. (Not Tara- 
bozn, Tirabzon, Tisbezon, Trabezon, 
nor Trapezunt.) 

Tred Avon; river, Talbot county, Md. 
(Not Tred Haven.) 

Tremain; see Twelvemile. 

Trembleau; point in Lake Champlain, 
Clinton county, N. Y. (Not Trombly.) 

Trieste ; city and gulf at the head of the 
Adriatic sea. (Not Triest.) 

Trimbelle; P. O. and township, Pierce 
county. Wis. (Not Trim Belle.) 

Tripoli; seaport and one of the Barbary 
States, northern Africa. (Not Tara- 
bloos, Tarablus, nor Tripolis.) 

Tripoli; seaport of Syria. (Not Tara- 
bloos, Tarablous, Tarablus, Tarabulus, 
nor Tripolis.) 

Tristan da Cunha; island in South At- 
lantic. (Not Tristan d'Acunha.) 

Trombly; see Trembleau. 

Trotter; landing, Mississippi river. Tu- 
nica county, Miss. (Not Trotter's.) 

Troupe ; R. R. station and village. Smith 
county, Tex. (Not Troup.) 

Troups; creek, Steuben county, N. Y., 
and Tioga county. Pa. (Not Troop's.) 

Trout; see Barrett. 

Troy; township, Pipestone county, Minn. 
(Not Tracy.) 

Truaman; point on Patuxent river. 
Prince George county, Md. (Not Tru- 
man.) 

Trumbull; mountain peak, Mariposa 
county, Cal. (Not Cranberry Peak nor 
Mount Trumbull.) 



Trump; see Tramp. 

Tsatsawassa; see Tackawasick.. 

Tsl-kaht; see Chilkat. 

Tsung Ling; see Karakoram. 

Tu; see Tibesti. 

Tuamotu; archipelago in the South Pa- 
cific ocean. (Not Dangerous, Low 
Archipelago, Paumota, Paumotu, nor 
Pomotu. 

Tuck; island in Madison harbor, Long 
Island sound, near Madison Conn. 
(Not Tuck's.) 

Tuckaleech.ee; P. O., Blount county, 
Tenn. (Not Tuchaleeche nor Tucka- 
leeche.) 

Tuckasegee; river, North Carolina, 
(Not Tuckaseegee nor Tuckaseigee.) 

Tucker Beach; lighthouse, near en- 
trance to Little Egg harbor, below 
Barnegat inlet. Ocean county, N. J» 
(Not Tucker's Beach.) 

Tucker's Cove; see Little Egg. 

Tuck's; see Tuxis. 

Tue; point, Chesapeake bay, York coun- 
ty , Va. (Not Too' s nor Toes. ) 

Tug-aloo; river forming part of the 
boundary between Georgia and South 
Carolina; also post-offices in Habersham 
county, Ga., and Oconee county, S. 0. 
(Not Tugalo. ) 

Tuklukyet; see Nuklukayet. 

Tuliumnit; see Castle. 

Tulpehocken; creek, Burlington county, 
N. J. (Not Tulipehaukin nor Tuleoe- 
hauken.) 

Tu-lu-la-wi-ak; see Illilouette. 

Tungking; see Tonkin. 

Tungsansheng; see Manchuria. 

Tungting; lake in province of Himan, 
China. (Not Toug-ting, etc.) 

Tunis; seaport and one of the Barbary 
States, northern Africa. (Not Af i-ikia, 
Jezirat-el-Maghreb, Tunisia, nor Tuni- 
see.) 

Tunkis; see Farmington. 

Tunnelhill; borough, Cambria county. 
Pa. (Not Tunnel Hill.) 

TunnelMll; P. 0. and village, Whitfield 
comity, Ga. (Not Tunnel Hill.) 

Tunungwant; creek, Cattaraugus coun- 
ty, N. Y., and McKean county, Pa. 
(Not Tmiangwant, Tunaunguant, nor 
Tunegawant.) 

Turbut; township, Northumberland 
county. Pa. (Not TurboL) 



Tur — Una. 



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Turbutville; borough and P. 0., North- 
umberland county, Pa. (Not Turbots- 
ville.) 

Turin; city and province, northern Italy. 
(Not Torino.) 

Turkestan; great region in central Asia. 
(Not Toorkistan nor Turkistan.) 

Turks; islands, easternmost group of the 
Bahamas. (Not Turk's.) 

Turk's; see Tuxis. 

Turnabout; see Poverotni. 

Turnage; post light, Mississippi river, 
Mississippi county, Ark. (Not Turn- 
age's.) 

TurnbuU; island, Red river, Pointe 
Coupee parish. La. (Not Turnbull'a.) 

Turner; glacier, Yakutat bay, Alaska. 
(Not Dalton nor Duffield.) 

Turner; island and landing, Mississippi 
river, Calhoun county, 111. (Not Tur- 
ner's.) 

Turney; P. 0. and village, Clinton 
county, Mo. (Not Turney 'a Station.) 

Tuscawilla; lake, Alachua county, Fla. 
(Not Tascawilla.) 

Tuskalioma; P. 0., Choctaw Nation, 
Ind. T. (Not Tushkahomma.) 

Tuskeegee; creek and P. 0., Graham 
county, N. C. (Not Tuskeega nor 
Tuskeege.) 

Tusquitee; creek, gap, mountains, and 
P. 0., Clay county, N. C. (NotTus- 
quittah.) 

Tuxedo; see Magruder. 

Tuxis; island in Long Island sound, 
about four miles east of Guilford, Conn. ; 
also pond and brook. (Not Tuck's nor 
Turk's.) 

Tuxpam; see Stilaguamish. 

Tweed; island near entrance to Coscob 
harbor, Fairfield county, Conn. (Not 
Finch's.) 

Tweed's; see Red. 

Twelvemile ; creek, Davison, Hanson, 
and Hutchinson counties, N. Dak. 
(Not North Fork Twelvemile nor 
Tremain.) 

Twelvemile; P. 0. and township, Mad- 
ison county, Mo. (Not Twelve-Mile.) 

Twining; suburb of Washington, D. C. 
(Not Twining City.) 

Twin Iiakes; P. 0., near Twin Lakes, 
Lake county, Colo. (Not Dayton.) 



Twin Lakes; township, Calhoun coun- 
ty, Iowa. (Not Twin Lake.) 

Twins; see Sisters. 

Two Sisters; see Sisters. 

Tyer; see Tiah. 

Tyler; see Willis. 

Tyonek; village near head of Cook in- 
let, Alaska. (Not Toyonok nor Tyo- 
niek.) 

Tzemogora; see Montenegro. 

u. 

TJcayali; river, Peru. (Not Paro nor 
Ucayale.) 

tTceba; creek, Blount county, Tenn. 
(Not Eucebia.) 

Ugaiushak; island, south shore Alaska 
peninsula, north of Semidi islands, 
Alaska. (Not Ugaiuscha, etc.) 

Ugamok; see Chirikof. 

Ugashik; river and village, north coast 
Alaska peninsula. (Not Oogahik nor 
Sulima.) 

Uglaamie; see Ootkeavie. 

Ugrische; see Yugor. 

Uharie; mountains, river, etc., Mont- 
gomery county, N. C. (Not Uwhar- 
rie, etc.) 

Uinta; mountains, Utah. (Not Uintah.) 

Ukiesa; see Black Point. 

Ukiesa; see Tisbury Great. 

Ukivok; see King. 

Ukraine; see Kharkof. 

Ula; see Kirin. 

XJIak; island, near Great Sitkin island, 
middle Aleutians, Alaska. (Not 
Ulakh.) 

Ulcofauhachee; see Alcovy. 

TJIen; P. 0. and township. Clay county, 
Minn. (Not Ulm.) 

TTmak; island, near Adakh island, mid- 
dle Aleutians, Alaska. (Not Oumakh. ) 

TJmnak; island, eastern Aleutians, Alas- 
ka. (Not Oumnakh.) 

Umpqua; river, Douglas county, Oreg. 
(Not Umpquah.) 

TJniptanum; creek, Kittitas county, 
Wash. (Not Umtanum.) 

Um-ta-lah; see Humptulips. 

TJnalaska; bay, harbor, and island, 
eastern Aleutians, Alaska. (Not Ouna« 
lashka.) 



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Una— Ver. 



tTnalishag-vak; cape, west shore Sheli- 
kof strait, Alaska peninsula, Alaska. 
(Not Unalishogvak.) 

Uncliechewliatoix; pond in Worcester 
county, Mass. (Not Unchechewalunk.) 

Undine; see Guilder. 

Unhaca; see Inyak. 

Unimak; island and pass, eastern Aleu- 
tians, Alaska. (Not Ounimakh.) 

Uniontown; borough and county seat, 
Fayette county, Pa. (Not Union Boro. ) 

Uniontc-wn; P. 0., Union county, Ky. 
(Not Union Town.) 

Unionville; see Parker. 

ITnionville Center; P. O., Union county, 
Ohio. (Not Union.) 

TJnkety; brook in Middlesex county, 
Mass. (Not Unquetenassett.) 

Untsville; see Huntsville, 

Upper AUoivays Creek; see AUoway. 

Upper Canada; see Ontario. 

Upper Cedar; point, Potomac river, 
Charles county, Md. (Not Cedar.) 

XTpper G-oose; pond, Berkshire county, 
Mass. (Not Long.) 

TTpper Iowa; river, Iowa. (Not Oneota.) 

Upper Klamath; lake, Klamath county, 
Oreg. (Not Lower Klamath.) 

Upper Loop; see Dunloup. 

Upper Mahantango; township, Schuyl- 
kill county. Pa. (Not Mahantongo.) 

Upper Middle Ground; see Middle Ground. 

Upper Uwchlan; township, Chester 
county. Pa. (Not Uwchland.) 

Ural; mountains and river, Russia. (Not 
Jaik, Oural, nor Yaik.) 

Urbana; creek and town, Middlesex 
county, Va. (Not Urbanna. ) 

Urga; city, northern Mongolia. (Not 
Bogdo-Kuren, Bogdo Lama en Hurac, 
Da Kuren, Hurac, Oorga, nor Ourga.) 

Ushudar; see Skutari. 

Uwchland; see Upper Uwchlan. 

V. 

Vaal; river, South Africa. (Not Gariep, 
Kai Garib, nor Ky Gariep.) 

Vaigach; island near Nova Zembla, Arc- 
tic ocean. (Not Vaigatch nor Wai- 
gatch.) 

Vail; P. 0. and R. E.. station, Warren 
county, N. J. (Not Vaila.) 

Valladolid; see Michoacan. 

Vallena; see Hardware. 



Valley; see Mirey. 

Vanada; landing on Ohio river, near 
Scuffletown, Henderson county, Ky. 
(Not Vannada's.) 

Vance; P. 0. and R. R. station, Sullivan 
county, Tenn. (Not Vance's Tank.) 

Vandalia; P. O., Lewis county, W. Va 
(Not Austin.) 

Vanderpool; P. 0., Highland county, 
Va. (Not Galltown.) 

Vander whacker; creek, mountain, and 
pond, Essex county, N. Y. (Not Van- 
der Whacken nor Van de Whacker.) 

Van Deusenville; P.O., R. R. station, 
and village in Great Barrington, Berk- 
shire county, Mass. (Not Van Deusen 
nor Vandeusen.) 

Van Diemen's Land; see Tasmania. 

Vandyke; R. R. station, Newcastle 
county, Del. (Not Van Dyke.) 

Vanhorn; P. O. and village, Benton 
county, Iowa. (Not Van Horn.) 

Vannatta; see Kenvil. 

Van Sickle; island at junction of Sacra- 
mento and San Joaquin rivers, Cal. 
(Not Van Sickle's.) 

Van Wies; point, Hudson river. Smiles 
below Albany, N. Y. (Not Van 
Wies's.) 

Vaughn; hill in Worcester county, Mass. 
(Not Vaughen, etc.) 

Venable; creek, Fluvanna county, Va. 
(Not Venobles.) 

Venem; see Wenner. 

Venice; city and province, northern 
Italy. (Not Venedig, Venetia, nor 
Venezia.) 

Venita; see Vinita. 

Ventura; county seat of Ventura coun- 
ty, Cal. (Not San Buenaventura.) 

Verde; cape, the westernmost cape of 
Africa. (Not Verd.) 

Verdery; village, Abbeville county, 
S. C. (Not Verdrey.) 

Verdigre; precinct and R. R. station, 
Knox county, Nebr. (Not Verdigris.) 

Vermejo; river in northern Argentina. 
(Not Bermejo nor Rio Grande.) 

Vermelha; see Reuben. 

Vermilion; bay, parish, and river. La. 
(Not Vermillion.) 

Vermilion; city and township. Clay 
county; also river. Clay and Turner 
counties, S. Dak. (Not Vermillion.) 



Ver— Wal. 



184 



Vermilion; counties, river, and town- 
ships in 111. ^lid Ind. (Not Vermillion.) 

Vermilion; lighthouse, P. 0., R. R. 
station, and river, Erie county, Ohio. 
(Not Vermillion.) 

Vermilion; P. 0. and village, Edgar 
county, 111. (Not Vermillion.) 

Verplanck; point on Hudson river, 
"Westchester county, N. Y. (Not Ver- 
planck' s.) 

Verstovia; mountain near Sitka, Alaska. 
(Not Verstova nor Verstovaia.) 

Vettem; see Wetter. 

Victor; township, Osborne county, Kans. 
(Not Victory.) 

Victoria; colony in southeastern Aus- 
tralia. (Not Port Phillip District nor 
Southern District of New South Wales.) 

Victory Mills; P. O. and village, Sara- 
toga county, N. Y. (Not Victory.) 

Vidae; cliff on rim of Crater lake, Oreg. 
(Not Applegate Peak.) 

Vidal; shoals, just above Saint Mary 
falls, Saint Mary river, Mich. (Not 
Vidal's.) 

Vienna; capital of Austria-Hungary. 
(Not Vienne nor Wien.) 

Villa Rica; see Ouro Preto. 

Vinalhaven; P. 0. and township, Knox 
county, Me. (Not Vinal Haven.) 

Vincent; see Klokachef . 

Vine; P. 0. and E. R. station, Ottawa 
county, Kans. (Not Vine Creek.) 

Vine; see Wine. 

Vinita; township, Kingman county, 
Kans. (Not Venita.) 

Vinland; township, Winnebago county, 
Wis. (Not Vineland.) 

Viola; P. 0. and R. R. station, Sedgwick 
county, Kans. (Not Peotone.) 

Viola; see Swansea. 

Virgin; canyon, mountains, river, val- 
ley, etc., southeastern Nevada. (Not 
Virgen.) 

Virginia City; county seat of Madison 
county, Mont. (Not Virginia.) 

Visitation; point and valley, San Mateo 
county, Cal. (Not Visitacion.) 

Vistula; river, Europe. (Not Ishtula, 
Weichsel, nor Wisla.) 

Viti; see Fiji. 

Vjodr; see Oder. 

Vlaardingen; see Makassar. 
Vlauman KUl; see Vloman. 



Vloman; kill (or creek) in Bethlehem, 
Albany county, N. Y. (Not Vlamans 
Kil nor Vlauman Kill.) 

Vodnany; P. O., Bonhomme county, 
S. Dak. (Not Vodney.) 

Volcan Grande; see Popocatepetl. 

Volga; chief river of European Russia. 
(Not Rha nor Wolga.) 

Voorheesville; R. R. station, Albany 
county, N. Y. (Not Farlin.) 

Vsevidof; volcano, Unimak island, east- 
ern Aleutians, Alaska. (Not Vseridoff.) 

w. 

Waackaack; beacon and creek. New 
York Lower bay. (Not Way cake.) 

"Waackaack; creek, Monmouth county, 
N. J. (Not Waycake.) 

"Waal; river, Netherlands. (Not Wahl.) 

Wabash; see Marys River. 

Waccamaw; river, Georgetown county, 
S. C (Not Waucimaw.) 

Wade; point, Albemarle sound, Pasquo- 
tank county, N. C. (Not Wade's.) 

Wade Hampton; post light, Mississippi 
river, Ascension parish. La. (Not Wade 
Hampton's.) 

Wades; point in Eastern bay, Talbot 
county, Md. (Not Wade.) 

Wade's; see Bald. 

Wahatoya; see Guajatoyan. 

Wahoo; see Oahu. 

Waigaich; see Vaigach. 

Wakely; dam and pond, Hamilton 
county, N. Y. (Not Wakeley.) 

Wakpa ShicJca; see Bad. 

Walaka; see Welaka. 

Walcott; P. 0. and township, Rice coun- 
ty, Minn. (Not Wolcott.) 

Walden; mountain ridge in Tennessee- 
(Not Walden' s.) 

Waleska; P. O., Cherokee county, Ga. 
(Not Walesca nor Waluska.) 

Walfisch.; bay on southwest coast of 
Africa. (Not Walvisch.) 

Walke; point, North Landing river. 
Princess Anne county, Va. (Not Wauk. ) 

Walker; bar, Ohio river, Crittenden 
county, Ky. (Not Walker's.) 

Walker; island, Columbia river, Colum- 
bia county, Oreg. (Not Walker's.) 

Walker; landing, Ohio river, Scioto 
county, Ohio. (Not Walker's.) 



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Wal— Wea. 



Walker; pass, lake, and river, western 
Nevada. (Not Walker's.) 

Walker Island; bar, and post light, 
Columbia river, Columbia county, Oreg. 
(Not Walker's Island.) 

Walkers; see Puncheon. 

Walkerville; P.O., Lewis county, W.Va. 
(Not Walkersville.) 

Wallaceton; P. O., Norfolk county, Va. 
(Not Wallacetown.) 

WaUhoUa; see Gualala. 

Walloomsac; village and river, Rensse- 
laer county, N. Y. (Not Wallomshack, 
etc.) 

Wallory; bar in the Ohio river, Beaver 
county. Pa. (Not Waller's.) 

Walmouih Head; see Watmough Head, 

Walsenburg; P. O., E.. R., station, and 
village, Huerfano county, Colo. (Not 
Walsen.) 

Walters; see Carlisle. 

Wamelo Rock; mountain, Mariposa 
county, Cal. (Not Hogan's Dome,Wa- 
meloo, nor Walemo.) 

Wappinger; creek, tributary to Hudson 
river, Dutchess county, N. Y. (Not 
Wappinger' s.) 

Ward; landing, Ohio river, Scioto county , 
Ohio. (Not Ward's.) 

Ward; point on Staten island, New York 
Lower bay. (Not Ward's.) 

Wardovt; see Brightman. 

"Wards; island, East river, N. Y. (Not 
Ward's.) 

Wards; see Brightman. 

Ward's; see Henness. 

"Warfield; point, Mississippi river, Wash- 
ington county. Miss. (Not Warfield' s. ) 

"Warner; post light, Mississippi river, 
Houston county, Minn. (Not Warn- 
er's.) 

Waromontogus; see Togus. 

Warrior; light, point, and rock, Columbia 
river, about 1 mile above Saint Helens, 
Columbia county, Oreg. (Not War- 
rior's.) 

Warrior smark; P. 0. and township, 
Huntingdon county, Pa. (Not War- 
rior's Mark.) 

Warwick; ridge, Bath county, and run, 
Highland county, Va. (Not Warrick.) 

Wasatch.; range of mountains, Utah. 
(Not Wahsatch.) 



Washakie; fort and R. R. station, Sweet- 
water county, Wyo. (Not Wash-a-Kie.) 

Washington; lake, near Seattle, Wash. 
(Not Dwamish.) 

Washingion; see Everett. 

"Washington Mountain; brook, Berk- 
shire county, Mass. (Not Basin noi 
Basin Pond.) 

Washita; see Ouachita. 

"Wassaw; island and sound, Chatham 
county, Ga. (Not Warsaw.) 

"Watchman; peak near Crater lake, Oreg. 
(Not Bentley nor Helio.) 

Watepquin; see Wetipquin. 

Waterford; see Jordan. 

Waterford Works; P. 0. and R. R 
station, Camden county, N. J. (Not 
Waterford.) 

Waters Point; post light, Mississippi 
river, Randolph county, 111. (Not 
Water.) 

Waierton; see Chief Mountain. 

Watkins; P. O. and R. R. station, Arap- 
ahoe county, Colo. (Not Box Elder.) 

Watmough Head; hill in southeast part 
of Lopez island, San Juan county, 
Wash. (Not Walmouth Head.) 

Watterstown; township. Grant county, 
Wis. (Not Watertown.) 

Watts; island, Tangier sound, Chesa- 
peake bay, Accomac county, Va. (Not 
Watt's.) 

Waugoshance; see Rose. 

Wauhillau; P. 0., Cherokee Nation, 
Ind. T. (Not Wau-hil-lau.) 

WauJc; see Walke. 

Waukechon; township, Shawano coun- 
ty. Wis. (Not Wauketchon.) 

Waushaccum; ponds in AVorcester coun- 
ty, Mass. (Not Washacmn.) 
Waushakum; see Shakum. 

Wayah; creek, tributary to Cartooge- 
chaye creek, Macon county, Ga. (Not 
Cartoogechaye.) 
Wayah; see Cartoogechaye. 

Wayanda; sunken ledge in the southern 
rapids, Peril strait, southeastern Alaska, 
(Not Eureka nor Wyanda.) 
Waycake; see Waackaack. 

Weavers; creek, P. 0., and R. R. station, 
Calhoun county, Ala. (Not Weaver's 
Station.) 



Web— Wet. 



186 



Webb Landing; post light, Kanawha 

river, Putnam county, W. Va. (Not 

Webb's Landing.) 
Webster Station; post village and R. 

R. station, Madison county, N. Y. (Not 

Ballina.) 
Weepecket; island and shoal near 

Woods Hole, Buzzards bay, Mass. 

(Not Wapecket nor Wepecket.) 
Weeping Child; creek and hot springs, 

Ravalli county, Mont. (Not Sleeping 

Child.) 
Weeset; village, Barnstable county, 

Mass. (Not Weset.) 
Weichsel; see Vistula. 
Weimar; P, O., Placer county, Cal. (Not 

Weimer.) 
Wekepeke; brook in Worcester county, 

Mass. (Not Wickapekit nor Wicket 

Picket.) 
Wekiva; river. Orange county, Fla. 

(Not Weakeyever.) 
Welaka; city and P. 0., Putnam county, 

Fla. (Not Walaka.) 
Weldon; brook, Morris county, N. J. 

(Not Hurd.) 
Wellfleet; harbor, Cape Cod, Mass. 

(Not Wellfleet Bay.) 
Wells; island, Ohio river, near Center- 
view, Monroe county, Ohio. (Not 

Wells'.) 
Wells; see Wills. 
Wells Pond; see Saint Catharine. 
Wenache; river in central Washington, 

tributary to the Colimibia. (Not We- 

natchee.) 
Wenas; town and R. R. station, Yakima 

county. Wash. (Not Wenass.) 
Wenner; large lake in southern Sweden. 

(Not Venern, Wener, nor Wenern.) 
Wequetequock; cove and river, Ston- 

ington. Conn. (Not Wicketequock, 
' etc.) 
Wescott; point, near Cape Charles city, 

Chesapeake bay, Northampton county, 

Va. (Not Westcott's.) 
Wesson; P. 0. and town, Copiah county. 

Miss. (Not Wessen.) 
West; cape at west end Saint Lawrence 

island, Bering sea, Alaska. (Not Sa- 

nachno.) 
West; point, Puget Sound, near Seattle, 

King county, Wash. (Not Sandy.) 
West, Mass. ; see Clapp. 
West, Mass.; see Kitchen. 



Westbank; township, Swift county, 
Minn. (Not West Bank.) 

Westburgi; township, Buchanan county, 
Iowa. (Not Westbury.) 

Westchester; P.O. and village, Butler 
county, Ohio. (Not West Chester.) 

Westclifie; P. O. and village, Custer 
county, Colo. (Not West Cliff.) 

Western; see Azores. 

West Gallatin; river, Gallatin county, 
Mont. (Not Gallatin.) 

West Hanover; see Shellville. 

West Jefferson; see Jefferson. 

*West Millgrove; P. 0. and village, 
Wood county, Ohio. (Not West Mill 
Grove.) 

West Mill Stream; see Nesochaque. 

West Minneapolis; village in Minne- 
tonka township, Hennepin county, 
Minn. (Not Bushnell.) 

Westons Mills; P. 0. and R. R. station, 
Cattaraugus county, N. Y. (Not Wes- 
ton Mills, Westons, nor Westonville. ) 

West Parish; town, Hampden county, 
Mass. (Not Mundale.) 

West Plains; see Plains. 

Westport; harbor and river, Bristol 
county, Mass. (Not Acoakset.) 

West River; P. O. and village, Anne 
Arundel county, Md. (Not wensville. ) 

West River; see Galesville. 

West Rome; village, Floyd county, Ga. 
(Not De Soto.) 

West Salisbury; see Elklick. 

West Seattle; town near Seattle, Wash, 
(Not Freeport.) 

West Seneca; P. 0., Erie county, N. Y. 
(Not Limestone Hill.) 

West Sweden; see Sweden. 

Westside; P. 0., township, and village, 
Crawford county, Iowa. (Not West 
Side.) 

Wet; mountains in Colorado. 

This short range was originally known while 
the country was under Spanish dominion as 
CUERNO Verde. Subsequent to the treaty of 
Guadaloupe Hidalgo the translation of the 
name came into u&e. The origin of the name 
Wet Mountains is not known, but in local usage 
it has nearly supplanted the name Green- 
horn, and appears upon the Land OflBce maps 
and the Hayden Atlas. 

Wetipquin; creek and P. O., Wicomico 
county, Md. (Not Watepquin, etc.) 

Wetter; lake, southern Sweden. (Not 
Vettern nor Wettern.) 



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Wet— Wic. 



Wetumka; county seat of Elmore coun- 
ty, Ala. (Not Wetumpka.) 
"Wetumka; P.O., Creek Nation, Ind. T. 

(Not Wetumpka.) 
Wewoka; capital, Seminole Nation, and 

creek. Creek Nation, Ind. T. (Not 

We-wo-ka.) 
Whaleback; lighthouse at entrance to 

Portsmouth harbor, N. H. (Not 

Whale's Back.) 
Whaleback; shoal in northerly part of 

Green bay, Mich. (Not Whale's Back.) 
Whaleback; shoal, Saint Lawrence river, 

about half a mile SW. from Oakpoint, 

St. Lawrence county, N. Y. (Not 

Whale's Back.) 
Whallonsburg; bay, town, and village, 

Essex county, N. Y. (Not Whalons- 

burg.) 
Wheatland; P. 0., R. R. station, and 

village, Ocean county, N. J. (Not 

Pasadena.) 
Wheatland; see Archer. 
Wheaton; reef in Long Island sound, 

south of the Thimbles, New Haven 

county, Conn. (Not Wheaton's. ) 
Wheaton; run, Cumberland county, 

N. J. (Not Molly Wheaton's nor 

Wheatens.) 
Wheeler; rock, Killingworth harbor, 

near Clinton, Middlesex county. Conn. 

(Not Wheeler's.) 
Wheeler; town, Lawrence county, Ala. 

(Not Wheeler's Station.) 
Whiglane; P. 0., Salem county, N. J. 

(Not Whig Lane.) 
Whipple; point. Lake Memphremagog, 

Orleans county, Vt. (Not Whipple's.) 
Whippoonuill; see Wynnville. 
Whist; landing, Missouri river, Boone 

county, Mo. (Not Whist's.) 
White; city, Morris county, Kans. (Not 

White City.) 
White; glacier on Mount Rainier, Wash. 

(Not Winthrop.) 
White; see Bieli. 
White; see Emmons. 
White Bear Lake; P. 0. and village, 

Ramsey, county, Minn. (Not White 

Bear.) 
Whitefish; poiat on Michigan shore of 

Lake Superior. (Not White-Fish.) 
Whitehall; creek, Dorchester county, 

Md. (Not Newtown.) 



Whitehall, N. J. ; see Glen view. 
Whitehall, 'N.J.; see Wood glen. 
Whitehead; dock, Raritan river, Mid- 
dlesex county, N. J. (Not White- 
head's.) 
White Horse ; rapids in the upper Yukon, 

near Miles canyon. (Not White-Horse 

nor Whitehorse. ) 
White Horse; see South Park. 
White Lily; pond in Otis, Berkshire 

county, Mass. (Not Whitley.) 
Whitemarsh; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Baltimore county, Md. (Not Cowen- 

ton nor White Marsh.) 
Whitepain; township, Montgomery 

county. Pa. (Not Whitepaine.) 
White Pine; P. 0. and R. R. station, Jef- 
ferson county, Tenn. (Not White 

Pines.) 
Whites; P. O. and R. R. station, Madison 

county, Ky. (Not Whites Station.) 
Whites Ripple; shoal, Ohio river, Al- 
legheny county. Pa. (Not White's.) 
Whitestone; see Jordan. 
White Sulphur Springs; P.O.. Meagher 

county, Mont. (Not White Sulphur 

Spring.) 
Whitewater; city, P. 0, and township, 

Walworth county. Wis. (Not White 

Water.) 
Whitewater; P. 0. and township. Cape 

Girardeau county. Mo. (Not White 

Water Station.) 
Whiting's; see Queechy. 
Whitley; not White Lily. 
Whitman; see Wittman. 
Whitinore; spring, near Mount Logan, 

Coconino county, Ariz. (Not Wittmore 

Spring.) 
Whitney; mountain, near Owens lake, 

Cal. (Not Fisherman's Peak.) 
Whitney; post light, Mississippi river, 

Adams county. 111. (Not Whitney's.) 
Whittaker; branch and cove. White and 

Putnam counties, Tenn. (Not Whit- 

aker.) 
Whittemore; pond, Hillsboro county, 

N. H. (Not Whittimore.) 
Whittum; island in Sheepscot river, 

Lincoln county. Me. (Not Whittom.) 
Whortleberry; see Huckleberry. 
Wicketequock; see Wequetequock. 
Wicket Picket; see Wekepeke. 



Wic— Win. 



188 



■Wicomico; river in Maryland; empties 

into the Potomac river near Blakis- 

tone island. (Not Great Wicomico.) 
Widow Reynolds Bar; post light, Ten- 
nessee river, Trigg county, Ky. (Not 

Widow Reynolds' Bar.) 
Widow's; see Bolivar. 
Wien; see Vienna. 
Wild Goose; see Sasakwa. 
Wilds Island; post light, Mississippi 

river, near Winona, Minn. (Not 

Wild's.) 
Wilhelmshaven; seaport town of Ger- 
many. (Not Wilhelmshafen.) 
Wilkesbarre; city, Luzerne county, Pa. 

(Not Wilkes-Barre.) 
Wilkinson; island, Mississippi river, 

Jackson county. 111. (Not Wilkinson's.) 
Willamette; river, northern Oregon. 

(Not Ouallamet, Wahlahmath, nor 

Williamette.) 
Willapa; bay and P. 0., Pacific coim- 

ty, Wash. (Not Shoaiwater.) 
Will Creek; post light, Ohio river, 

Brooke county, W. Va. (Not Will's.) 
Willets; point. Little Neck bay, Long 

Island, N. Y. ( Not Willet's. ) 
William; point, entrance to Samish bay, 

Skagit county, Wash. (Not Point 

William. ) 
William; R. R. station, Tucker county, 

W. Va. (Not Helms.) 
William Penn; P. 0. and R. R. station, 

Montgomery county, Pa. (Not Spring 

Mill.) 
Williams; island, landing, and shoal, 

Lake Superior in Alger county, Mich. 

(Not Williams'.) 
Williams; river in Arizona. (Not Bill 

Williams.) 
Williams; township, Dauphin county, 

Pa. (Not William's.) 
Williams; see Millham. 
Williamsbridge; village, Westchester 

county, N. Y. (Not Williams Bridge.) 
Willis; glacier on Mount Rainier, Wash. 

(Not North Mowich, North Puyallup, 

nor Tyler.) 
Willis; see Hatcher. 
Willmont; township. Nobles cotinty, 

Minn. (Not Wilmont.) 
Willougliby; bay and point, Norfolk 

county, Va. (Not Willowbys.) 
Willow; see Reid Gap 



Willow Glen; P. 0., Santa Clara coun. 

ty, Cal. (Not Willowglen.) 
Willowgrove; P. 0., Gloucester county, 

N. J. (Not Willow Grove.) 
Willows; village, Colusa county, Cal. 

(Not Willow.) 
Wills; creek (branch of Potomac) and 

mountain, Allegany county, Md., and 

Bedford and Somerset counties. Pa. 

(Not Will's.) 
Wills; township, Laporte county, Ind. 

(Not Wells.) 
Willy; see Hambleton. 
Wilscot; creek, gap, mountain, and P.O., 

Fannin county, Ga. (Not Willscot nor 

Willscott.) 
Wilson; island and point, Mississippi 

river. Saint Louis county. Mo. (Not 

Wilson's.) 
Wilson; landing and P. 0., Mississippi 

river, East Carroll parish, La. (Not 

Wilson's.) 
Wilson; point, near entrance to Norwalk 

harbor, Fairfield county. Conn. (Not 

Wilson's.) 
Wilson; P. 0., Anderson county, Tenn. 

(Not Wilsons.) 
Wilson Landing; post light, Mississippi 

river. Pike county, Mo. (Not Wilson's 

Landing.) 
Wilsons; see Henness. 
Wilton; P. 0. and township, Muscatine 

county, Iowa. (Not Wilton Junction.) 
Wilton; see Cornelius. 
Wincliell; see Prospect. 
Winchester; village, Litchfield county, 

Conn. (Not Winchester Center.) 
Winchester; village, Queen Anne coun- 
ty, Md. (Not Fords Store.) 
Winchester; see Canal Winchester. 
Winder; P. 0. and R. R. station, Jackson 

county, Ga. (Not Jug Tavern.) 
Windmill Point; see Rappahannock. 
Windsor; P. 0. and village, Berkshire 

county, Mass. (Not Windsor Hill.) 
Wine; island, near entrance to Terre- 
bonne bay. La. (Not Vine.) 
Wine Island; pass, coast of Louisiana. 

(Not Vine Island.) 
Winfall; P. 0., Perquimans county, 

N. C. (Not Winfield.) 
Wings Neck; lighthouse, Pocasset har- 
bor, Buzzards bay, Mass. (Not Wing's 

Neck.) 



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Win — Wyn. 



Wing's Station; post village and R. R. 

station, Dutchess county, N. Y. (Not 

Wing, Wing Station, nor South Dover 

Station.) 
Winn; P. O. and R. R. station, Douglas 

county, Ga. (Not Winston.) 
Winnepesaukee ; lake and river in New 

Hampshire. (Not Winnipesaukee, etc. ) 

Winnetka; P. 0. and village. Cook 

county, 111. (Not Wimetka.) 
Winnipegosis; lake in Manitoba and 

Saskatchewan, Canada. (Not Little 

Winnipeg, Winnipegoos, Winnipegoose, 

nor Winnepegoosis.) 
Winnisimmet; village near East Boston, 

Mass. (Not Winnissimmet.) 
Winston; see Winn. 
Winter; point, Saint Johns river, Duval 

county, Fla. (Not Lancaster.) 
Winter; see Henry. 
Winter; see Wood Island. 
Winters; landing, Mississippi river, Wi- 
nona county, Minn. (Not Winter's.) 
Winthrop; see White. 
Winyah.; bay, Georgetown county, S. C. 

(Not Winyaw.) 
Wiper Loop; see Dunloup. 
Wisconsin; river in Wisconsin. (Not 

Ouisconsin, nor Wiskonsin.) 
Wisia; see Vistula. 
Witch Pool; pond near Mount Trumbull, 

Coconino county, Ariz. (Not Witches 

Pool.) 
Withers Mill; P. O. and R. R. station, 

Marion county. Mo. (Not Wither' s 

Mills.) 
Witten; post light, P. O., and towhead, 

Ohio river, Monroe county, Ohio. (Not 

Witten' 8.) 
Wittman; P. 0., Talbot county, Md. 

(Not Whitman.) 
Wiltmore Spring; see Whitmore, 
Witts ; P. 0. and R. R. station, Hamblen 

county, Tenn. (Not Witts Foundry.) 
Wolasatux; village, lower Yukon river, 

Alaska. (Not Wolsatux.) 
Wolcoit; see Walcott. 
Wolf; bar, Ohio river. Mason county, 

W. Va. (Not Wolf's.) 
Wolfeboro; P. 0., Carroll county, N. H. 

(Not Wolf borough.) 
Wolf Trap; lighthouse and spit, Chesa- 
peake bay, Mathews county Va. (Not 

Wolf Trap Spit.) 



Wolhurst; R. R. etation, Arapahoe 
county, Colo. (Not Platte Junction.) 

Wolsey; creek and P. 0., Meagher 
county, Mont. (Not Woolsey.) 

Wononsco; pond in Salisbury, Litchfield 
county. Conn. (Not Wononscopomus, 
etc.) 

Wooded; see Makhnati. 

Woodg-len; P. 0., Hunterdon county, 
N.J. (Not Whitehall.) 

Wood Island; harbor at mouth of Saco 
river, York county, Me. (NotWinter.) 

Woodland; P. O. and R. R. station, Tal- 
bot county, Md. (Not Chapel.) 

Woodlawn; P.O. and village, Jefferson 
county. 111. (Not Wood Lawn.) 

Woodmere; post village, Nassau county, 
N.Y. (NotWoodburgnorWoodsburg.) 

Woodmoor; P. 0., Prince George county, 
Md. (Not Woodmore.) 

Woodruff; P. 0., township, and village, 
Spartanburg county, S. C. (Not Wood- 
ruff's.) 

Woodruff; village, Marion county, Ind. 
(Not Woodruff Place.) 
Woods; see North Branch. 

Woods Hole; harbor, strait, village, etc., 
in southeastern Massachusetts. (Not 
Woods Holl.) 

Woolford; creek and neck, Dorchester 
county, Md. (Not Wolford's.) 

Woolford; see Milton. 

Woo-Sung; see Shanghai. 

Wornock; mountain, Blount county, 
Ala. (Not Warnick's Knob nor War- 
nocks Knob.) 

Worthville; see Klondike. 

Wrangell; town in Alaska. (Not Fort 
Wrangei nor Wrangle.) 

Wrig'ht; gap and precinct, Banner coun- 
ty, Nebr. (Not Wrights.) 

Wright; see Raht. 

Wuchang; city in province of Hoo-pe, 
central China. (Not Wu-tschang, etc.) 

Wurttemberg; kingdom, Germany. 
(Not Wirtemberg, Wurtemberg, nor 
Wurtemburg.) 

Wurzburg; city, Bavaria. (NotWurtz- 

burg.) 
Wyanda; see Wayanda. 

Wyanett; P. 0. and township, Isanti 
county, Minn. (Not Wyanette.) 

Wyckoff; P. 0. and R. R. station, Cayu- 
ga county, N. Y. (Not Owasco Lake.) 
Wynne; seeBenviile. 



Wyn — Yuc. 



190 



"Wynnville; creek in Blount county, 

Ala. (Not Whippoorwill.) 
■Wyomanock; creek, Columbia county, 
N. Y. (NotKinderhooknor Lebanon.) 

X. 

Xabary; see YavarL 
Xalapa; see Jalapa. 
Xalisco; see Jalisco. 

Xingu; river, central Brazil, tributary to 
the Amazon. (Not Chingu.) 

Y. 

Yaak; river in northwestern Montana. 

(Not Yaac, Yak, Yahk, etc.) 
Yablonoi; see Stanovoi. 
Yafa; seaport town of Palestine, on the 

Mediterranean. (Not Jaffa, Joppa, nor 

Yaffa.) 
Yahtse; river, Icy bay, Alaska. (Not 

Jones.) 
Yaik; see Ural. 
Yak; see Ob. 
Yakima; county, river, town, and valley. 

Wash. (NotYakama.) 
Yakoba; city, central Africa. (Not Ya- 

kubu.) 
Yaktag; cape, near Mount Saint Elias, 

Alaska. (Not Yaktaga.) 
Yakutat; bay, southeastern coast of 

Alaska. (Not Admiralty, Bale de 

Monti, Behring, nor Jakutat.) 
Yakutsk; city and province, eastern 

Siberia. (Not Jakoutsk nor Yakoutsk. ) 
Yalaha; P. 0., precinct, and village. Lake 

county, Fla. (Not Yallaha.) 
Yalaka; creek and mountains, Swain 

county, N. C. (Not Alarkanor Yalagi.) 
Yalobusha; river in northwestern Mis- 
sissippi. (Not Yallabusha.) 
Yampa; river, northwestern Colorado. 

(Not Bear.) 
Yangtze; river of China. (Not Yang- 

tsi-Kiang.) 
Yapura; river of northern Brazil, tribu- 
tary to the Amazon. (Not Caqueta, Co- 

queta, Hyapura, Japura, nor Yupura.) 
Yaqui; river, Sonora, Mexico. (Not Hia- 

qui nor Huaqui.) 
Yaquina; bay, city, reef, and river, 

Lincoln county, Oreg. (Not Yaquinna.) 
Ya^uma; see Foulweather. 



Yarkand; city and river, Turkestan, cen- 
tral Asia. (Not Yarkend nor Yarkund.) 

Yassy; see Jassy. 

Yates; borough and P. 0., Luzerne coun- 
ty. Pa. (Not Yatesville.) 

Yatesville; see Randall. 

Yavari; river between Brazil and Peru, 
tributary to the Amazon. (Not Hya- 
bary, Jabary, Javari, Javary, Xabary, 
nor Yavary.) 

Yeager; landing, Missouri river, War- 
ren county. Mo. (Not Yeager's.) 

Yedo; see Tokyo. 

Yekaterinburg; see Ekaterinburg. 

Yellowstone; see Absaroka. 

Yelowoi; see Elovoi. 

Yemba; see Tanganyika. 

Yen; see Pekin. 

Yenisei; estuary and great river in 
Asiatic Russia. (Not Enisei, lenisei, 
Jenisei, nor Jenisey.) 

Yerba Buena; see Goat. 

Yes; bay and village, mainland coast, 
northwestern part of Behm canal, 
southern Alaska. (Not McDonald nor 
Yess.) 

Yogo; peak in Little Belt mountains, 
Mont. (Not Yogo Baldy.) 

Yokum; pond in Becket, Berkshire coun- 
ty, Mass. (Not Reservoir.) 

Yokun; river in Berkshire county, Mass. 
(Not Yoken.) 

Yokun Seat; mountain in Berkshire 
county, Mass. (Not Yoken's Seat.) 

York; precinct, R. R. station, and village, 
Sumter coimty, Ala. (Not York Sta- 
tion.) 

York Nubble; see Cape Neddick. 

Youghiogheny; river in western Mary- 
land and Pennsylvania. (Not Youghio- 
geny, etc.) 

Youngs; eastern point of entrance to 
Stirling basin, Greenport harbor, Suf- 
folk county. Long island, N. Y. (Not 
Young's.) 

Youngs; P. O., township, and village, 
Laurens county, S. 0. (Not Young's 
Store.) 

Youngs Point; landing, Mississippi riv- 
er, Madison parish. La. (Not Young's 
Point.) 

Yucatan; peninsula, state, and strait, 
Mexico. (Not Merida nor Island of 
Santa Maria de los Remedios.) 



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Yug— Zui. 



Yugor; strait separating Vaigach island 
from the mainland of Russia, Arctic 
ocean. (Not Jugorsche, Pet, Ugrische, 
nor Yougor.) 

Yukon; great river, Alaska and Canada. 
(Not Jukchana, Juna, Kvikhpak, 
Kwichpack, Kwichpak, Niga To, You- 
con, nor Youkon.) 

Yunaska; island, westof Umnak, eastern 
Aleutians, Alaska. (Not Younaska.) 

Yuthia; see Ayuthia. 

Yuiien; see Khotan. 

z. 

Zagazig; city in the Nile delta region, 
Egypt. (Not Sagasig, Zagazeeg, nor 
Zakazik.) 



Zdhara; see Sahara. 

Zambezi; river, southeastern Africa. 

(Not Ambezi, Cuarna, Luambezi, Mo- 

lonko, Zambere, Zambesi, nor Zam- 

beze.) 
Zanzibar; city and island off eastern 

coast of Africa. (Not Sansibar nor 

Zanguebar.) 
Zaragoza; see Saragossa. 
Zarcillo; canyon, Lag Animas county, 

Colo. (Not Sarsilla nor Sarsillo.) 
Zealand; province, Holland. (Not 

Zealand.) 
Zetinje; see Cetinje. 
Zidon; see Saida. 
Zuider Zee; gulf, Netherlands. (Not 

Zuyder Zee.) 



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